Voters approve of the job Mayor Bill de Blasio is doing by a 49 to 40 percent margin.
Nearly 80 percent of those polled also thought that PBA head Pat Lynch's statements were "too extreme."
Most New York City voters feel the mayor's spouse should have little role in developing policy.
More than 70 percent of voters approve of Bill de Blasio's new marijuana policy, a new poll found.
The mayor saw his approval rating drop nearly 10 points since January, to 45 percent.
Nearly two-thirds of voters are optimistic about the next four years even as they're divided over issues.
About 63 percent of respondents said they opposed a proposal to overhaul 73 blocks around Grand Central.
Scott Stringer erased Eliot Spitzer's lead in the latest Quinnipiac poll.
The former governor has opened up a nearly 20-point margin over his Democratic opponent for comptroller.
The Public Advocate has his best poll showing yet as former congressman Weiner continues to lose ground.
Council Speaker Christine Quinn regained her lead in the wake of Weiner's latest scandal.
Women are especially critical of a plan to encourage taller skyscrapers in Midtown East.
City Council Speaker Christine Quinn is inching toward the 40 percent mark that would prevent a run-off.
A new poll shows high approval for the government's handling of the storm.
A majority of voters support a crackdown on alcohol abuse, a new poll finds.
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