Video: New Poll Suggests North Jersey Casino Expansion Unlikely
NEW JERSEY – According to a Rutgers-Eagleton poll released on Tuesday, 50 percent of New Jersey voters say that casino gambling should be limited to Atlantic City. Only 40 percent say gambling should be expanded to other parts of the state, while 7 percent are undecided, and 3 percent don't believe gambling should be allowed anywhere in the state. The casino expansion question will appear on the ballot in November. In the same poll, Governor Chris Christie's favorability rating took another dip. The poll found that just 23 percent of voters have a favorable opinion of the Republican governor.