In Deep Blue New York City, a whopping 72 percent of likely voters want more cops on the street, according to a NY1/Ipsos poll.
The poll of 906 likely voters taken between May 17 and 31 also found that, by far, crime and violence are the biggest concern. A full 46 percent said crime and violence were the “main problems facing New York today.” Second place, at 31 percent, was affordable housing, followed by COVID (30 percent).
In a massive blow to America’s fascist Woke Gestapo, only 20 percent — remember this is deep-blue New York City we’re talking about — chose “racial injustice, and even fewer (LOL), 12 percent, chose “police reform.”
Oh, and climate change ranked only a little above “other” with seven percent.
Only 14 percent of those polled identified as Republican, 64 percent as Democrat.
Former police officer Eric Adams leads in the