New Jersey voters say 52 - 39 percent, with Democrats divided, that U.S. Sen. Robert Menendez should resign, according to a Quinnipiac University poll released today.
Voters say 54 - 23 percent that Sen. Menendez is not honest and trustworthy, the independent Quinnipiac Poll finds.
Calling for Menendez' ouster are Republicans 61 - 32 percent and independent voters 51 - 40 percent, while Democrats are divided 46 - 44 percent on whether he should stay or go.
Democrats say 43 - 34 percent that Menendez is not honest and trustworthy, with even bigger margins among Republicans and independent voters.
Looking at the federal grand jury indictment of Menendez, 45 percent of voters, including 39 percent of Democrats say he did something "illegal,"