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Likely Voters Oppose ConCon More Than Two-to-One, 57-25%

Wednesday, November 1, 2017

Likely Voters Oppose ConCon More Than Two-to-One, 57-25%

By Similar 60-29% Margin, Voters Say About ConCon: Nothing
Good Will Get Done, Rather than Chance to Improve Lives of NYers

Pension Forfeiture Amendment Has Huge 82-14% Support;
Adirondack Land Bank Amendment Has Tepid 46-35% Support


Martins 43%, Curran 41% in Tight Nassau Exec Race

Tuesday, October 31, 2017

Special Newsday/Siena College Nassau & Suffolk Polls
Martins 43%, Curran 41% in Tight Nassau Exec Race
Sini Up 46 – 32% over Perini for Suffolk D.A.
Less than One-Third of Likely Voters Support ConCon


Democrat Perez Williams (35%) & Ben Walsh, Independence Candidate (28%) Lead Lavine (9%), Nicoletti

Tuesday, October 10, 2017

Syracuse.com / Spectrum News / Siena College Syracuse Mayoral Poll:
Democrat Perez Williams (35%) & Ben Walsh, Independence Candidate (28%) Lead Lavine (9%), Nicoletti (9%), Hawkins (5%)
Perez Williams Leads Big with Democrats; Walsh Leads Lavine by
7 Points with Republicans; Walsh Leads Independents by 28 Points
Walsh & Perez Williams Have Strong Favorability Ratings;
Lavine Unknown to More than Half of Voters
Democrats Like Direction of Syracuse; Republicans & Independents
Strongly Say City Is Headed in Wrong Direction; Majority View Miner Favorably


Support for ConCon Fading; Voters Evenly Divided on Whether It’s a Waste of Time

Friday, October 6, 2017

Support for ConCon Fading; Voters Evenly Divided on Whether
It’s a Waste of Time or Once in a Generation Opportunity
Huge Support for Potential ConCon Issues: Term Limits; Full-Time
Legislature; Initiative & Referendum; Women’s Reproductive Rights;
Constitutional Protections Regardless of Gender Identity, Sex, Ethnicity
Voters Support Athletes’ Right to Kneel During National Anthem, 60-38%
2/3 View Trump Unfavorably; Nearly 2/3 Rate His Job Performance as Poor


Bad News:  NYS Consumer Sentiment Drops Second Straight Quarter

Wednesday, October 4, 2017

Bad News: NYS Consumer Sentiment Drops Second Straight Quarter;
Good News: Decline Only a Couple Points, Index Remains Strongly Optimistic
Confidence Declines among Men, Increases among Women; Gender Gap almost Disappears
Storms Push Gas Prices Up, Concerns Follow; Buying Plans Strong for Cars, Homes Slide