NEW JERSEY -
A new poll released Wednesday shows that New Jersey voters don't believe that "Bridgegate" was in line with typical so-called "politics."
The survey by Fairleigh Dickinson University's Public Mind poll finds that two-thirds of registered voters believe the charges of corruption by state officials that led to lane closures of the George Washington Bridge is not acceptable, while a quarter believe it's behavior that's par for the course these days.
But despite those numbers, half of those surveyed believe the state is still headed in the right direction, while 39% disagree.
These numbers are down slightly from the last time these questions were asked in November, when 56% of voters believed the state was on the right track.
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