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The Spice & Tea Exchange® Comes to Red Bank   RED BANK – The Spice & Tea Exchange® will be opening, Friday, Dec. 13, at 12 Monmouth St. The Spice &...

December 13, 2013 | comments

Monmouth Poll Surveying Sandy Victims

WEST LONG BRANCH – With the one-year anniversary of Super Storm Sandy approaching, the Monmouth University Polling Institute has launched the Sandy Recovery Survey to track ongoing issues among New...

October 25, 2013 | comments

NJ Gov. Christie Leads Buono by 24

By The Monmouth University Polling Institute Chris Christie’s sizable re-election margin has increas­ed in the most recent Monmouth University Poll. New Jersey voters dismiss challenger Barbara Buono’s portrait of the...

October 18, 2013 | comments

Why Gov. Christie Called a Special Election for U.S. Senate Seat

By Patrick Murray For all of you who were bored with the governor’s race, I have solved your problems. – Gov. Chris Christie   New Jersey’s U.S. Senate campaign is...

June 7, 2013 | comments

Poll Says M’town’s Website Tops in State

MIDDLETOWN – The township has the best municipal website in the state, according to a new e-government poll released by the Monmouth University Polling Institute. The Monmouth University Polling Institute...

March 22, 2013 | comments

Residents See Garden State Quality of Life Staying High

By The Monmouth University Polling Institute In its regular tracking of residents’ satisfaction with life in New Jersey, the Monmouth University Poll finds the current Garden State Quality of Life Index...

March 1, 2013 | comments

Garden State Quality of Life Up After Sandy

By Monmouth University Polling Institute   Rating of New Jersey as place to live highest in nine years   In its regular tracking of residents’ satisfaction with life in New...

January 4, 2013 | comments

Hurricane Sandy and the Election in New Jersey

By Patrick Murray An unknown number of provisional ballots re­main to be counted in New Jersey, but a few threads are emerging on the presidential election. Turnout in the Garden...

November 16, 2012 | comments

Romney Edges Obama in National Monmouth Poll

By the Monmouth Polling Institute The latest Monmouth University Poll of likely voters in this year’s national presidential race, taken after the first presidential debate but before the second, shows...

October 19, 2012 | comments

MU Poll: Garden State Quality of Life Drops

By Monmouth University Polling Institute In its regular tracking of residents’ satisfaction with life in New Jersey, the Monmouth University Poll finds the current Garden State Quality of Life Index...

October 12, 2012 | comments

Political Commentators Slated for Monmouth U. Talk Series

WEST LONG BRANCH – Monmouth University Polling Institute’s “A Conversation with…” series gives students, faculty, and the larger community the opportunity to interact with high-profile political figures from the national...

September 21, 2012 | comments

National Poll: Obama Gains Over Romney

By Monmouth Univeristy Polling Institute Incumbent has edge on handling foreign policy in wake of Middle East violence President Barack Obama has opened a slight lead over Gov. Mitt Romney in...

September 21, 2012 | comments

Monmouth U. Poll: Public OK with Privatized Post Office

By Monmouth University Polling Institue Few Americans would be overly concerned if the United States Postal Service was privatized to save money, according to the latest national Monmouth University Poll....

September 14, 2012 | comments

Ryan’s Initial Impact: Presidential Race Remains Tight

By The Monmouth University Polling Institute The Monmouth University Poll finds little movement in the presidential horse race since our last national poll two months ago. The selection of Paul Ryan...

August 24, 2012 | comments

Public Opinion on Christie: Too Concerned With Political Future?

Public Opinion on Christie: Too Concerned With Political Future? By Patrick Murray Monmouth University Polling Institute GOVERNOR CHRIS CHRISTIE’S public job approval rating remains above 50 percent, but many New...

February 10, 2012 | comments

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