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Most people also think the subway stinks — and that millionaires should pay to fix it. 

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Staten Island, once the only borough to majority back Trump, now disapproves of his job as president.

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A Quinnipiac University poll found the Mets edged out the Yankees as city dwellers' favorite team.

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A new poll found that Clinton would easily beat de Blasio if she ran as an independent. 

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Most NYC voters said they’d rather stay here than leave; half said it's too pricey, a poll says.

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The public is more concerned about crime, affordable housing and schools, the mayor said.

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A new Quinnipiac University poll gave de Blasio a small five-point margin over Cuomo.

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A Quinnipiac University poll found 45 percent of voters approve of de Blasio and 46 percent disapprove.

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Concerns about crime and homelessness are also on the rise, according to a Quinnipiac University poll.

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African-American leaders believe the mayor really listens and gets the issues that matter to them.

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At the same time, the Quinnipiac survey says New Yorkers are in favor of aggressive police tactics.

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The police commissioner has seen his numbers drop 9 points since June, while the mayor's remained flat.

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A Quinnipiac University poll shows Bill Thompson, Christine Quinn and Anthony Weiner are virtually tied.

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A dip in Christine Quinn's support coincided with the re-emergence of Anthony Weiner in the mayor's race.

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Ex-MTA Chair Joe Lhota remains far behind Christine Quinn, Bill de Blasio and Bill Thompson, poll says.