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Snap Poll: Most readers don’t use all vacation days

More than half of respondents to this week’s RBJ Daily Report Snap Poll are leaving earned vacation days on the table. Roughly one-third of readers say they don’t use all the vacation days they’ve earned because they would fall too far behind in their work.

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Slow starter

Start-Up NY’s meager results make the case for broad-based tax relief even stronger.

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Brexit and us

Even indirectly, Brexit could have significance for the regional economy.

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Snap Poll: Most expect no Brexit impact here

A majority of respondents to this week’s RBJ Daily Report Snap Poll expect no impact from the Brexit vote on their business or workplace. A quarter of respondents anticipate a negative impact on their place of work.

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A very small step

In the last days of the legislative session, few thought leaders would take action on ethics reform, yet they did.

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Readers give Clinton edge over Trump

If the 2016 presidential election were held today, Democrat Hillary Clinton would be the top vote-getter among RBJ Daily Report readers.

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Snap Poll: School spending levels get poor grade

A large majority of RBJ Daily Report Snap Poll respondents say per-pupil spending on public school education in New York is too high. This compares with 13 percent who say it’s about right, and just 3 percent who think schools should spend more.

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A win for downtown

WinnCompanies remains committed to the Sibley Building, and this week officially launched its $200 million redevelopment project.

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Snap Poll: Albany corruption is ‘serious’ problem

All RBJ Daily Report Snap Poll respondents say they think corruption in state government is a serious problem for New York, with 89 percent saying it’s “very serious,” and 11 percent saying it’s “somewhat serious.”

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