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Upstate consumer confidence falls in Q2 (access required)

Confidence among Upstate New York consumers fell during the second quarter, bucking both the statewide and national trend, a new survey from Siena College Research Institute shows. Overall consumer sentiment in Upstate — which includes future and current confidence — ...

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Survey: Majority of New Yorkers worried about finances during pandemic

Some 95 percent of New Yorkers are either quarantining or practicing social distancing, a new poll from Siena College Research Institute shows. The SCRI special Coronavirus Poll was conducted March 30 through April 2 by random phone calls to more ...

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Siena poll finds more shopping, less donating (access required)

Roc Holiday Village returns for a 16-day run, Wednesdays through Sundays, starting on Dec. 2

If you can put a number on excitement, New Yorkers are a little more excited about the holidays than last year, according to a Siena College Research Institute poll, perhaps because they’re feeling stronger about their financial situations. That’s probably ...

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Upstate consumer confidence steadies in third quarter (access required)

Confidence among upstate consumers stabilized during the third quarter, bucking a nationwide trend, the latest quarterly poll by the Siena College Research Institute shows. Overall confidence, which includes current and future confidence, in upstate was 85.3 in the third quarter, ...

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Siena poll takes New Yorkers’ pulse on Christmas shopping, fruitcake (access required)

The good news out of the Siena College Research Institute’s holiday spending poll depends on what industry you represent. Retailers will be happy to hear that one-fifth of New Yorkers plan to spend $1,000 or more on gifts. But brick-and-mortar ...

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