Data collected by the Monmouth University Polling Institute show much less concern in New Jersey about illegal immigration in the early 2020s as compared to the late 2000s, but the shift is almost entirely attributable to one side of the political spectrum.
The health crisis is apparently pulling city-dwellers away from packed streets and towards the shore, or coercing folks who have the means to finally pull the trigger and purchase a second home near the coast.
When a student is awarded an athletic scholarship as an incentive to come play a sport for a certain college or university, assistance with payment for their postsecondary education hangs on their commitment to compete in that sport.
Monmouth Univ. Polling Institute Director Patrick Murray said half of the poll's respondents consider themselves "very concerned" that someone in their family may end up seriously ill in this outbreak.