Patrick Murray, director of the Polling Institute at Monmouth University, is presenting the results of the latest poll about how people in NJ feel about state government.
Among problems facing NJ, property taxes was ranked highest, 8.7 out of 10.
NJ residents don’t believe that government as currently structured in NJ, works for them. Two thirds say it needs a major overhaul.
Quality of life in NJ is good, but cost of living is difficult.
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