|Question: Some people have suggested that the best way to keep property taxes under control is to make changes in the state constitution. How much have you read or heard about holding a Constitutional Convention that would propose changes to control property taxesÖ?|
|Dem||Ind||Rep||All: Jan 05|
|Quite a lot||† 8%||† 7||† 8||† 9||† 8||11||† 6||† 7%|
|Nothing at all||48%||48||42||52||52||46||45||54%|
|Donít know (vol)||† 2%||† 2||† 2||† 1||† 1||† 2||† 2||†† 1%|
|Question: Do you think itís a good idea or a bad idea for New Jersey to have a Constitutional Convention to try to deal with property taxes?|
|Dem||Ind||Rep||All: January 2005|
|Donít know (vol)||18%||14||18||20||17||22||16||18%|
|Do you think itís a good idea or a bad idea for New Jersey to have a Constitutional Convention to try to deal with property taxes?|
|How much have you read or heard about holding a Constitutional Convention that would propose changes to control property taxesÖ?|
|All||Quite a lot||Some||Just a little||Nothing at all|
|Donít know (vol)||18%||11||11||18||21|
|Question: Some people say a Constitutional Convention for New Jersey needs to focus only on taxes and should not get sidetracked dealing with other issues. Others say a Constitutional Convention should deal with issues that affect state spending as well as the property tax issue.† Which comes closest to your position?|
|Focus only on taxes||21%||21||21||20|
|Deal with other issues that affect state spending||70%||70||63||74|
|Donít know (vol)||† 8%||† 7||15||† 6|
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