Despite recent controversies, 60 percent of New Yorkers believe Kelly is doing a good job, a poll found.
Mayor Michael Bloomberg's poll numbers are sagging, according to a new Quinnipiac poll.
Mayor Bloomberg shot back at criticism of the city's education system and his handling of it on "Meet the Press" Sunday.
One of every five city residents is living in poverty, according to new data from the Census Bureau.
Mayor Michael Bloomberg's poll numbers are on the rise, thanks to widespread approval of his handling of Hurricane Irene, even as critics slammed the fact that he lied about his former staffer's arrest.
Derek Jeter was voted favorite Yankee among women, while Babe Ruth is still tops among men, according to a Quinnipiac poll released Friday.
Most New Yorkers believe admission to the 9/11 Museum should be free when it opens next year, according to a new poll.
Police Commissioner Ray Kelly may never have expressed interest in the job, but he tops the list of city officials New Yorkers would like to see as the next mayor in a new poll.
A study released Tuesday shows age and religious differences among supporters and opponents of gay marriage.
The majority of New Yorkers called ticket-fixing by police a serious crime, according to a new poll out Thursday.
78 percent of Manhattan public school parents polled said they don't like the way Mayor Bloomberg is handling city schools.
A Quinnipiac University poll shows that the majority of NYC voters would shop at Walmart if it was convenient.
A survey of New York State voters found that 56 percent support legislation legalizing same-sex marriage.
Gov. Andrew Cuomo's approval rating is high despite warning of steep cuts to fix the state's budget problems.
Michael Bloomberg's new schools chancellor pick isn't helping his popularity among voters, a new Quinnipiac poll finds.
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