NYers Like Bikes, Walmart, City Workers: Poll

A new poll out today shows that despite a widespread backlash across the country against the pay and pensions of public workers, New Yorkers say that city workers shouldn’t fork over more of their income for retirement and health care.

The latest from Quinnipiac says that 57 percent of voters oppose a wage freeze and that only 17 percent of respondents think that public workers wages and benefits are too high. Read More

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