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.   


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.


WNYT Staff

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