Monmouth University polling finds that Governor Murphy’s job approval rating remains low.

According to the latest Monmouth University polling released yesterday Governor Murphy’s job approval rating has remained low at 41% since polling earlier this year found his job approval rating to be just 43%.  According to the poll Murphy is seen as being more concerned with his own political future than running New Jersey.  Public opinion is negative on the impact of Murphy’s agenda on property tax payers and the middle class.

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Informed Conservative week in review 2/25/19 through 3/3/19.

Last week on the Informed Conservative Blog we discussed a Monmouth University poll showing New Jerseyans rate their quality of life in the state at an all time low, Nancy Pelosi and House Democrats putting their opposition to President Trump before the American people again, racial bias in teacher hiring in New Jersey and New Jersey tax revenues being lower than expected.  On the Informed Conservative Podcast our guest was RJ Bermudez talking about the March 26, 2019 March on Trenton to protest Governor Murphy and his destructive agenda.

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New Jerseyans don’t need a Monmouth University poll to know their quality of life is at a record low.

New Jersey residents views of the quality of life in the state have tumbled to an all-time low.  On Monday Monmouth University released a poll that shows residents rate their quality of life in New Jersey at a record low.  “This is a downward trend that should be very troubling to the folks in Trenton” according to Monmouth University Polling Director Patrick Murray.  “The fact that this number just goes down year after year after year to a 40-year low really tells you something” Murray said.

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