A pretty interesting Quinnipiac poll is making the rounds today after they polled New Yorkers on the matter of the Financial District’s newest residents, and the Occupy Wall Street movement at large. Read More
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“A clear majority want Wal-Mart and a very large percentage will shop at Wal-Mart,” Schoen told me in an interview this afternoon. “Our polling and Quinnipiac’s polling show that.”
Schoen’s Read More
Quinnipiac is out with a hodgepodge of numbers on NYC issues:
57-36 percent say electeds should allow a Wal-Mart to open here.
68-29 percent say they’d shop there once open.
Last In, First Out
78-16 percent say teacher layoffs should be NOT done based on seniority [corrected].
63-32 percent of union Read More
“What I think” said Quinnipiac pollster Mickey Carroll. “It’s the third term.”
That’s how Carroll explained today’s Q poll results showing Bloomberg hitting an 8-year low with voters, with a 51-39 percent job approval rating. ”Manhattan is the one place where he’s a plus, He’s a minus everywhere else,” said Carroll.
While Bloomberg’s push for Read More
“New York City voters disapprove 51 – 39 percent of the job Mayor Michael Bloomberg is doing, his lowest score since a 51 – 37 percent disapproval November 23, 2003″ says Quinnipiac, in Read More
Mayor Michael Bloomberg’s approval rating has hit rock-bottom, according to a new poll out by NY1 and Marist College.
Only 37 percent of New Yorkers think the Mayor is doing a good or excellent job in office. The numbers represent a 13-point drop from the October Marist survey.
The new numbers come out as Bloomberg Read More
New Yorkers prefer a state Senate which has neither Republicans nor Democrats running the show, according to a new poll out today by Siena College.
“Overall, 53 percent of New York voters want shared power, with 22 percent each saying the Democrats or Republicans should control the Senate,” said Steven Greenberg, Siena pollster. “A majority Read More
A new Siena poll today gives incumbent Democrat Bill Owens a narrow 40-37 lead over Republican Matt Doheny with 8 percent undecided.
Complicating matters is the fact that Conservative Party favorite Doug Hoffman remains on the ballot and garners 15 percent of the vote, even though he has dropped out of the race.
“Will voters Read More