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On Earth Day, majority of New Yorkers concerned about pollution, climate change (access required)

Nearly two-thirds of New Yorkers say they are very concerned about water pollution, air pollution and deforestation, a new Siena College Research Institute (SCRI) survey shows. More than half of the respondents to the Earth Day poll said they are very concerned about climate change. “New Yorkers, by over two-to-one, believe policies designed to protect the environment ...
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