What New Jerseyans fear most about reopening the economy

By Jonathan D. Salant | NJ.com

Ballparks, restaurants and NJ Transit trains may still sit empty even after Gov. Phil Murphy says New Jerseyans no longer have to stay at home to stop the spread of the coronavirus.

Most New Jersey voters say they’ll still stay away from any place that draws a crowd — including concerts and sporting events. They’re not keen on going to bars and restaurants, wouldn’t board an airplane, and wouldn’t ride the railroad.

And nearly half would even consider the Jersey Shore off limits.

This is what residents fear the most when talking about reopening New Jersey, according to a Quinnipiac University poll released Wednesday,


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