This Week's 'New York NOW' Poll Question
Do you agree with the governor’s decision to restore voting rights to paroled felons?
Last Week's Results
Would you consider voting Green Party candidate Howie Hawkins for governor?
Your thoughts on Howie Hawkins for governor:
Answer: Yes."He along with Cynthia Nixon could take enough votes away from Cuomo and help taxpayers elect a Republican." -Larry P., Great Neck
Answer: Yes."Howie is night and day different from either the Dems or the R's. He's an honest progressive who puts voters over donors." -Sandy S., Albany
Answer: Yes."New York needs a Governor that has bold ideas and integrity and is not in the pocket of rich donors." -Gloria M., Brooklyn
Answer: No."The green party is a communist party in my opinion. The southern tier needs gas drilling and economic opportunity, not communism" -Mike L., Lockwood
Answer: Yes."We need a Green New Deal! Howie is the only candidate addressing the real economic and ecological crises facing us. The two corporate parties narrow the debate down to what the elites are comfortable with." -Michael O., Syracuse
Answer: Yes."Howie Hawkins is the most visionary, honest, and principled candidate ever to run for Governor. The Green Party is the only political party that has a platform to save this planet, bring real social justice, and get money out of politics. The Democrats and Republicans are corrupt to the core!" -Daniella L., Brooklyn
Answer: No."The Green philosophy is unrealistic." -Richard V., Hilton
Answer: No."Hawkins platform would bankrupt the State!" -Jim C., Clymer
Answer: Yes."The Green Party is the only party talking about the underlying systemic problems of our society--and suggesting possible solutions to them!" -Jonathan F., Brooklyn
Answer: Yes."I would like to see our country move away from our divisive two-party system; to do this we need to start for voting for candidates that are not of our dominant two parties." -Francis M., Troy
Disclaimer: This is not a scientific poll. It is not intended to be viewed as representative of general public opinion. Rather, results indicate the opinions of a self-selecting group of online respondents which may or may not be representative of more widespread public opinion.
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