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New Yorkers Unhappy With de Blasio's Handling of Fundraising Scandals and Homelessness, Poll Finds

New Yorkers broadly disapprove of how Mayor Bill de Blasio has dealt with political corruption and the city's swelling homelessness crisis, according to a Quinnipiac University survey released just one day after the mayor unveiled his latest proposals to reduce the shelter population and five days after he and his lawyers sat down with investigators to discuss a probe into his fundraising activities.

Pollsters discovered that a majority of the 1,001 residents of the five boroughs they spok

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