New Farleigh Dickinson poll has Kerry taking New Jersey
(10/29/04) HANOVER A new Public Mind poll conducted by Farleigh Dickinson University has Senator John Kerry winning New Jersey over President George Bush.
According to the poll results, Kerry receives 47 percent of the vote in New Jersey while President Bush receives 40 percent. The figures also show 11 percent of voters are undecided and 2 percent plan to vote for other.
A spokesperson involved with the poll says voters chose national security over the economy as their main concern by a two to one margin. In addition, more than half of the voters feel the president made a mistake by invading Iraq.