No Easy Pass for Mayor’s Traffic Congestion Plan

Residents in New York City and its surrounding suburbs oppose the mayor’s traffic congestion plan: 61% of residents in the New York metropolitan area oppose Mayor Bloomberg’s traffic congestion plan which would charge most drivers to enter Manhattan on weekdays. Residents both inside the city and the surrounding counties in New York, New Jersey, and Connecticut oppose the plan. Only residents in Manhattan divide on the issue. 48% of Manhattan residents support the plan, and 46% oppose it. Read the full post  Read More →

Tri-state Area Residents: Expectations for Presidential Debate

September 30, 2004 by  
Filed under NY Metro Area Poll Archive, Politics

President George Bush and Senator John Kerry face-off on foreign policy in the first presidential debate tonight. 70% of residents in the tri-state area believe the presidential debates make a difference in who wins or loses in November, and nearly one in five residents in the area say the debate will help them decide their vote. Most residents expect to watch at least some of the presidential debate. Read the full post  Read More →