Polling Results 2013
October 30, 2013
Stockton Poll: Christie Holds 24-Point Lead Over Buono
October 22, 2013
Incumbents Lead in 2nd Legislative District: Christie, Whelan, Amodeo and Brown Are Ahead
October 15, 2013
Christie, Van Drew Maintain Large 1st District Leads; Assembly Race Remains Tight
October 10, 2013
Stockton Poll: Christie Widens Lead Over Buono for Governor
October 9, 2013
Stockton Poll: Booker Leads Lonegan by 11 Points in U.S. Senate Race
October 1, 2013
Stockton Poll: GOP Candidates Lead in 9th District, Including Lonegan for Senate
September 27, 2013
Christie, Van Drew Dominating in 1st District; Assembly Race Tight
September 25, 2013
Stockton Poll: Jobs, Property Taxes Top Issues in Election
September 24, 2013
Stockton Poll: Christie Leads Buono By Wide Margin for Governor
September 23, 2013
Stockton Polling Institute Shows Booker Leads Lonegan by 26 Points in Senate Race
September 12, 2013
2nd District Voters Concerned with Jobs, Support Minimum Wage Hike, Stockton Poll Finds
September 11, 2013
Whelan Leads Balles by 12 Points in 2nd District Race, Stockton Polling Institute Finds
June 16, 2013
79% of New Jerseyans Say Property Taxes Are Up
About the Stockton Polling Institute
The William J. Hughes Center for Public Policy established the Stockton Polling Institute in September 2012 to conduct survey research in southern New Jersey and throughout the state. This institute replaces a partnership with Zogby International that produced several joint polls each year. Now, the Hughes Center is tapping internal areas of expertise at the college to form a fully independent voice for public opinion in New Jersey and the region
The Polling Institute utilizes a staff off about 100 Stockton students and commuity members as interviewers it to conduct public opinion polls and other surveys for Stockton College and outside clients. Surveys are conducted using telephones, the Internet, and other modes of data collection.
The Stockton Polling Institute will continue to conduct public opinion polling during election seasons and will continue to perform polling for public agencies and private clients under contracts that are customized to meet their needs. The Hughes Center staff’s knowledge of the region’s demographics, economy, and culture adds value to both the public and private polling.
The Stockton Polling Institute at the Hughes Center will allow the Center to continue to pursue civic and political engagement with the citizens of southern New Jersey.
For more information, contact Dan Douglas, Director of the William J. Hughes Center for Public Policy at Daniel.Douglas@stockton.edu.