|Title:||CBS News/New York Times Poll: New York City Poll [USCBSNYT2011-08B]|
|Survey Firm:||CBS News and The New York Times|
|Study Date:||August 9-15, 2011|
|Sample:||Adult residents of New York, New York|
|Survey Notes:||This study contains sampling using landline telephones and cellular phones.|
Long range view of New York City (1); Michael Bloomberg job performance (1); direction of NYC (1); Bloomberg handling education (1); NYC economy rating (1); NYC economy progress (1); future residence (1); image of NYC (1); Islamic center near Ground Zero (2); mayor disclosing when leaving city law (1); Wal-Mart in NYC (1); likelihood of terrorist attack (2); feeling safe from terrorist attacks (1); life changes caused by 9/11 (1); government providing adequate security (1); thinking about 9/11 (1); terrorist attack preparedness (2); increased threat in NYC (1); New Yorkers living with terrorism threat (1); NYC subway security (1); NYC airport security (1); NYC bridge and tunnel security (1); NYC nuclear safety (1); patriotism post-9/11 (1); recovery from 9/11 impacts (2); Osama bin Laden death affecting terrorism threat (1); bin Laden death bringing closure (1); justified racial profiling (1); help from neighbors in emergency (1); satisfaction with NYC public schools (1); Bloomberg affecting education quality (1); opinion of NYC teachers' union (1); charter schools (2); sharing school buildings (1); Dennis Walcott job performance (1); education improvement priority (1); children in school (2); best thing about public school (1); worst thing about public school (1); satisfaction with school choice (1); factors determining school choice (1); clarity of school information (1); prejudice against Middle Eastern immigrants (1); negative feelings toward Muslims (2); Muslims sympathy for terrorists (1);Ground Zero redevelopment (1); comfort with new World Trade Center site building (1); Ground Zero memorial (1); 9/11 anniversary commemorations (1); treatment of victims' families (1); treatment of Ground Zero workers (1); Rudolph Giuliani handling attacks (1); mental issues caused by 9/11 (2); in NYC during 9/11 (1); knowing people in 9/11 attacks (2); knowing Muslims (1); length of NYC residency (1).
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