New Jersey wants government's help, Rutgers poll says

February 5, 2019

New findings out of the Rutgers Center for State Health Policy suggest the overwhelming majority of New Jerseyans — on both sides of the political aisle — are in favor of the government stepping in to support the well-being of families.

“For every one of these, at least 60 percent or so of Republicans support them,” said Joel Cantor, director of the Rutgers Center for State Health Policy. “There’s such a broad consensus in the state that it is the role of New Jersey government to help families in a variety of ways to achieve health and well-being.”

NJ 101.5, February 4, 2019 

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