Only 36 percent of New Jersey residents polled think he would do a good job as president.
A new Monmouth University Poll gauging the public pulse on Murphy's performance first year in office shows the overall trend moving in the wrong direction for the governor. Most support the minimum ...
Formerly moderate Republican Dawn Addiego's defection gives Senate Democrats a 26-14 majority as a battle royal over the budget looms.
Michael Aron talked to political observer, and director of the Monmouth University Polling Institute, Patrick Murray and asked him what's the take away from Tuesday's hearing.
In a blue state like Jersey, the bill's proposed changes to the Reapportionment Council could yield a significant advantage for Democrats to control more than half the districts.
At Monmouth University, pollster Patrick Murray and FiveThirtyEight senior political writer Clare Malone shared their takeaways and analysis of the first national election in the Trump era.
Sherrill, Malinowski and Van Drew all won in districts that were previously represented by Republicans.
Mail-in ballots are drastically changing the landscape of early voting this election.
As election day looms, the race for the 11th Congressional District gets closer.
A recent flurry of polls shows a tightening of the race between incumbent Sen. Bob Menendez and his challenger, Republican Bob Hugin.
A new report by the Monmouth University Polling Institute looked at polling in eight bellwether congressional districts that have historically voted Republican by double digits. The institute's ...
President's former cronies facing jail time as Trump dismisses latest scandal.
Gov. Phil Murphy is struggling with Senate President Steve Sweeney and Assembly Speaker Craig Coughlin over how to raise revenues.
After a formal admonition from the Senate Ethics Committee, Gov. Phil Murphy continues his support for Sen. Bob Menendez.
The Monmouth University poll shows that 77 percent of people surveyed believe the main stream media disseminates 'fake news' at least occasionally, and 42 percent think they do it 'in order to push an ...