Republicans in New Jersey have their own take on why the GOP lost the presidential election, according to a poll published yesterday at NJ.com -- it was mostly the media's fault.
According to the NJ Speaks poll, 40 percent of the state's Republicans think that media bias is the biggest issue the party faces. In second place, at 32 percent, are the nation's changing demographics. Just 16 percent said the party had grown too conservative.
When asked what they blamed most for Mitt Romney's loss to President Barack Obama, the top answer -- mentioned by 29 percent of the respondents -- was Hurricane Sandy.
Here's a link to the full poll story.