"New Yorkers hand Mayor Bill de Blasio a split decision on two key issues in the city: They approve of the way he is handling crime and disapprove of the way he is handling homelessness," said Tim Malloy.  View results

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The January 19 New York City poll found New Yorkers divided on mayor fighting Trump; Cuomo would better protect city, voters say 3-1.

The January 18 New York City poll found Clinton tops de Blasio in New York City mayor's race; mayor leads other little-known possible challengers.

The January 13 national poll found American voters back sanctions for Russian hacking; Israel, Palestinians not sincere about peace, voters say.

The January 12 national poll found American voters want second opinion on Obamacare; voters support immigrants, but also back Muslim list.

The January 10 national poll found U.S. voters approve of Obama, disapprove of Trump; Trump should stop tweeting, voters say 2-1.

The December 21 New York poll found New York voters back legislative pay raise deal; voters say keep Obamacare, but fix it.

The December 20 New York poll found Cuomo should battle Trump, but not seek White House; Trump will be bad for his home state, voters say.

The December 15 Virginia poll found Obama gets highest grade ever in Virginia; voters divided on flag-burning.

The December 14 Virginia poll found Gillespie leads GOP pack in Virginia governor's race; democrat Northam has early lead in general election.

The December 8 New Jersey poll found Giants, Eagles top Jets in football poll.

The December 7 New Jersey poll found casinos have not been good for New Jersey, voters say; many would leave Garden State if they could.

The December 6 New Jersey poll found voters give Christie historic 4-1 disapproval; Governor knew about Bridgegate, voters say 3-1.



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