Poll Says Most New Yorkers will Vote In-Person on Election Day

Poll Says Most New Yorkers will Vote In-Person on Election Day

Most New York residents are opting to vote in person on November 3, as opposed to by mail-in ballots, which previously was advised amid the COVID-19 pandemic, according to a poll taken by Siena College Friday. 

The poll was taken after Brooklyn state  Sen. Zellnor Myrie pleaded with New Yorkers to vote in person as mail-in ballots have plagued a number of problems across the city and Long Island. 

Fifty-four percent of New Yorkers included in the survey said they would be voting in person. 

The poll found a division among parties. Seventy-two percent of self-identifying Republicans said they’d be voting in person and from those identifying as democrats, only 42 percent said they would be doing so.

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