Majority of New Jersey residents support wind farms, poll finds

Wind energy turbine construction workers

AVALON ZOPPO / PRESS OF ATLANTIC CITY – Two-thirds of New Jersey residents are in favor of building wind energy off the state’s coast, a Monmouth University poll released Wednesday found.

Seventy-six percent of people living in the Garden State support wind farms, while 15 percent oppose them, according to the survey, which comes a few months before the state Board of Public Utilities is expected to choose which energy companies will receive ratepayer subsidies to build in federal waters …

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