Sienna College Latest Survey (Siena College Survey),new York State57% of voters believe New York is in decline. The cost of living has increased, crime rates have increased significantly, housing costs are high, and there is no end in sight.undocumented guestThe crisis…is destroying people’s confidence in living here.
The latest news released by Siena College on the 19thvoteIt shows that of 804 registered voters, 57% believe that the quality of life in New York State has worsened, 27% believe there has been no change, and only 14% believe that That it has improved.
“Now regardless of party affiliation, basically all Democrats, Republicans and independents agree that New York is in decline.” Only 4% of independents, 5% of Republican voters and 22% of Democrats feel the same way, said Steven Greenberg, a polling expert at Sienna College. New York is getting better.
When analyzing the specific reasons why “New York is worse”, 83% of voters believe that the cost of living is a major problem in New York State, with 77% of voters believing that housing prices are too high. And lack of affordable housing is the main factor, and 73% of voters think that rampant crime is a big problem, 62% of voters are concerned about the large influx of undocumented tourists, 69% of voters think that the state’s finances The situation is not optimistic, 52% of voters believe that the affordable medical situation is bad, and 44% of voters say that the environment is deteriorating is an urgent issue, and 38% of voters believe that the big The “exodus” of New Yorkers in numbers will also have a negative impact on the future development of the state.
Survey questions also include “If you could advise the governor and the state legislature, what issues would be the highest priority to resolve?”; Regarding this issue, 27% of voters ranked the high cost of living in first place, and 19% of voters were concerned about crime. 18% of voters consider the crisis of undocumented tourists to be a hidden threat in the future, 17% believe that housing prices are too high, and 8% criticize medical services as being very poor.
“What’s remarkable about this survey is that people from all parties have the same opinion about New York State,” Sienna College said. Across all political parties, at least 80% of voters believe life is too expensive, 71% think affordable housing is inadequate, 64% fear crime rates will rise again, and 51% undecided. Concerned about the problem of tourists.
At the same time, 88% of New York State voters also believe that neither Biden nor Trump are suitable to serve as the next President of the United States in terms of physical and mental condition. 60% of voters believe next year’s presidential election is very important, even “the most important election of their lives.”
The Siena College survey was conducted from September 10 to 13, included a total of 804 respondents, and had a margin of error of plus or minus 4.3 percentage points.
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