By John McDevitt
WASHINGTON, D.C. (CBS) — A new poll of New Jersey voters finds that more than half think US senator Robert Menendez, now facing corruption charges, should resign from office.
And the latest Quinnipiac University poll indicates the same opinion holds true among nearly half of his fellow Democrats.
According to the poll, 52 percent of registered New Jersey voters think Menendez should leave office, versus 39 percent who think not.
Among various party registrations, 61 percent of Republicans say he should step down (versus 32 percent who think he shouldn’t), and 51 percent of independents think he should go (versus 40 percent not). Among Democrats, the division is 46 to 44 percent; the rest are undecided.
On the question on Menendez’s honesty, 54 percent think the senator is, and 23 percent think he isn’t. Among Democrats, the breakdown is 43 and 34 percent.
Menendez currently faces…
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