The Monmouth University/Gannett New Jersey Press Media Poll (PDF) have given us the second poll of New Jersey’s Third Congressional District this week, and it looks just like Eagleton’s (41-39) poll :
More voters approve than disapprove of the job freshman Congressman John Adler is doing, but enough voters are looking for change in Washington that challenger Jon Runyan is within striking distance.
With five weeks to go before Election Day, the poll of likely voters found the incumbent with a narrow lead within the poll’s margin of error – 42% for Democrat Adler to 39% for Republican Runyan, with 13% undecided. Adler leads by 48% to 35% in the Burlington and Camden Counties portion of the district, while Runyan has a 44% to 34% advantage among Ocean County voters.
In related questions, Adler’s job approval is 49-34. DeStefano is at 4%. Click through to see various breakdowns on issues, which are all pretty even. (Also, see third poll below the break.)