They sayeth that, in fact, by a lot.
The Rutgers-Eagleton Poll released Thursday finds 81 percent of respondents wanting changes to the health care system, while 17 percent believe the current system works well enough.
But only 22 percent say Congress should pass the current reform proposals, while 68 percent want lawmakers to start over.
That's two-thirds of adult voters in NJ who are calling for a mulligan. What's the breakdown for likely ones? - And that's a question that probably keeps the people on the list below up at nights:
The list, of course, is the Democratic Congressional delegation for NJ. Payne and Holt Rothman [Oops!] are probably not too worried - they're the only legislators on the list who had their counties carried by Corzine in the last election - and John Adler read the tea leaves a while back anyway. The rest of them need to... think about things.
Quickly. There's only seven and a half months until the election.
Crossposted to Moe Lane.