Friday, August 16, 2013


Poll Shows New Yorkers Deeply Conflicted Over Bloomberg’s Legacy

Fifty-five percent of New Yorkers surveyed this month said Mayor Michael R. Bloomberg cared “some” or “a lot” about the needs and problems of people like themselves.
Andrea Mohin/The New York Times
Fifty-five percent of New Yorkers surveyed this month said Mayor Michael R. Bloomberg cared “some” or “a lot” about the needs and problems of people like themselves.
Michael R. Bloomberg’s health initiatives have won over New Yorkers, but the public is less enamored of his overall mayoralty or his handling of education, a New York Times poll found.

Interactive Graphic: New Yorkers’ Views on Their Mayor and His Programs

The latest New York Times Poll asked New Yorkers to take a look back as Michael R. Bloomberg’s three terms as mayor of New York City comes to a close.
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