Fewer New Jersey residents approve of state government

    A poll from Monmouth University shows almost two-thirds of New Jersey residents say the state is a good place to live. That’s the lowest rating in three decades.

    WHYY’s Phil Gregory will have a full report on the poll later, which the Associated Press says shows low confidence in state government.

    The university polled nearly 3,000 residents between Dec. 1 and Dec. 15, 2010.

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