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This Week's 'New York NOW' Poll Question

Do you agree with the decision to meet with North Korea's Kim Jong Un?

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Last Week's Results

Which candidate do you prefer for Attorney General?

Zephyr Teachout 49%

Sean Maloney 24%

Tish James 16%

Keith Wofford 9%

Leecia Eve 2%

Your thoughts on which candidate you prefer for Attorney General


Answer: Keith Wofford."Democratic Party total control of Albany would be a recipe for corruption." -Larry P., Great Neck

Answer: Zephyr Teachout."I actually would like to see Preet Bharara run. He would get my vote, hands down." –Paul B., Clifton Park

Answer: Keith Wofford."Wofford has the courage to take on the corruption in Albany!" –Jim C., Clymer

Answer: Sean Maloney."I prefer someone with a backbone who isn’t cozy with Cuomo to be in this office…that’s Mr. Maloney." –AJ S., Horseheads

Answer: "None of the above! My choice would be Preet Bharara. He would be independent and he is not in the pocket of our corrupt political representatives." –Robert B., Tonawanda

Answer: Zephyr Teachout."Brilliant, personable, energetic, highly ethical, and precisely qualified, professionally-focused and proven for every aspect of this job. A needed, and honorable leader." –Emmy T., Wynantskill

Answer: Sean Maloney."On one hand, I’d support my neighbor’s cockatoo over Andrew Cuomo but, in reality, Mr. Maloney likely stands a better chance." –John O., Troy

Answer: "Preet Bharara." –Susan M., Rotterdam

Answer: Zephyr Teachout."Independent, honest, smart and committed." –John and Jane P., 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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