Find out what Rutgers researchers have to say about the impact of bringing the first casino outside Atlantic City on jobs and state revenue.
New Jerseyans don't wish to see a state takeover of Atlantic City, even though they don't treasure the struggling resort as they did decades ago.
Despite the appointment of an emergency management team to help solve Atlantic City’s financial woes, most New Jerseyans call the resort's future dim, a Rutgers-Eagleton Poll finds.
Nearly two-thirds of people believe gambling has benefited only the casino hotels and not the residents of Atlantic City, a new Rutgers-Eagleton Poll finds.
Many New Jersey residents are not sure sports betting at casinos and racetracks will help revitalize Atlantic City's economy, according to a Rutgers-Eagleton Poll.