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Poll: Eric Adams support fades

According to the latest poll, New York City voters of all political parties, races, gender, ages and boroughs say crime is the most pressing issue. One America’s Caitlin Sinclair has more.



NEW YORK, NEW YORK - JUNE 08: Brooklyn Borough President Eric Adams, who's running as a Democratic mayoral candidate, appears in Flushing, Queens to open a new campaign office on June 8, 2021 in the Queens borough of New York City. In a new poll, crime has become a central issue for many New Yorkers leading to a rise in support for Adams, a retired police captain. (Photo by Spencer Platt/Getty Images)

NYC mayor reflects on 100 days in office

New York City Mayor Eric Adams delivered a speech about his first 100 days in office while outlining his vision for the Big Apple’s future. During his address Tuesday, Adams unveiled a $99.7 billion budget plan for 2023 to help the city tackle various issues, including affordable housing the cities economy and rising crime.




Police patrol the A line subway train bound to Inwood, after NYPD deployed an additional 500 officers into the subway system following deadly attacks, Saturday Feb. 13, 2021, in New York. Authorities say an unidentified man could be responsible for four separate stabbing attacks in the New York City subways that have left two people dead. New York police say the assaults happened between Friday morning and early Saturday. (AP Photo/Bebeto Matthews)

Poll: Almost half of New Yorkers may leave due to crime

Almost half of New York City residents are considering relocating to other cities as violent crime in the Big Apple spirals out of control. That’s according to a new poll by Morning Consult, which found 40 percent of Manhattan residents and 48 percent of people living in other boroughs want to move out of New York.