Wednesday, September 2, 2015

Get happy

Two surveys show New Jersey feeling good

Get happy

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Hey New Jersey!

Tired of the "Tan Mom" kerfuffle and the Rut-Row merger brouhaha?

Get happy.

Just like your neighbors!

It's true: Two new surveys find residents are feeling good about the Garden State.

Not just good, but better.

Maybe better than ever!

The separate Fairleigh Dickinson University PublicMind™ and Monmouth University polls released this week show, respectively, that rising majorities of those surveyed approve of the state's direction and feel positive about its quality of life.

The FDU poll also shows 56% approve of Chris Christie's performance as governor.

And even 28% of Democrats told the pollsters that the governor is doing a "good" or "excellent" job.

 

 

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