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This Week's 'New York NOW' Poll Question

How would you rate President Trump’s first 100 days?

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Last Week's Results

What policy issues do you want to see tackled before the end of session?




Your thoughts on the policy issues you would like to see tackled before the end of session:


Answer:"I would like to see the New York Health Act voted in the committee in the Senate for an eventual vote in the full Senate and Assembly." -John F., Greenfiled


Answer:"I want to see the protections of Roe vs. Wade enacted into NYS law. I want a single -payer healthcare system enacted." -Barbara T., Saratoga Springs


Answer:"How will Gov. Cuomo will find $6 billion for Gateway Tunnel, the $5.8 billion balance owed toward $29 billion MTA 2015 - 2019 Capital Plan and $2 billion LIRR Main Line Third Track?" -Larry P., Great Neck


Answer:"1. Reproductive Health Act. 2. Election reforms--early voting, automatic registration at age 18. Simpler party registration, same day registration, state-wide voter database. 3. Effective ethics reform" -Mary B., Albany


Answer:"Natural gas drilling should be allowed in the towns that want it! The southern tier needs the jobs and revenue." -Mike L. Lockwood


Answer:"Ethics reform. Without that everything else is meaningless, they just pass something to cover it up. All legislators & executives must report all outside income, for starts." -Dave H., Buffalo


Answer:"Full Repeal of the unSAFE Act." -Bob P., Newark Valley


Answer:"The legislature should seriously look at campaign finance, elections and ethics reform. NY is way behind the vast majority of states on these issues." -Elizabeth H., Albany


Answer:"Election reform! Automatic registration, early voting, voting by email, and public financing of state level elections. It's past time to make these easy changes and invigorate our fading democracy." -Susan W., Albany


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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