A new poll finds that mental health issues still exist among New Jersey residents whose homes were significantly damaged during Hurricane Sandy two years ago. According to a new Monmouth University Poll, nearly half of those surveyed still report at least moderate distress. The poll shows stress levels are higher among those who remain displaced than those who have been able to return home. The survey tracked hundreds of residents over the last two years who had more than one foot of flooding in the first floor or at least $8,000 in property damage during Sandy. The survey found 20 percent of Sandy survivors reported serious distress compared to 26 percent a year ago.