New Siena poll finds majority of New Yorkers oppose new license plates

September 17, 2019 09:43 AM

An overwhelming number of New Yorkers are against the recently announced requirements that you need to turn in old license plates for new ones.         

A new Siena Research Institute poll was released on Tuesday.   

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It finds that 60 percent of people oppose the move, this is compared to 30 percent who are okay with it.    

An even a larger majority say that the $25 license replacement fee is unfair.    

The poll also takes a look at Governor Cuomo's favorability rating, as well as President Trump's.    

The entire poll can be found here.


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