Three Quarters of New Yorkers Are ‘Angry’ at the State Senate


According to a Siena poll, 77 percent of New Yorkers would describe themselves as “angry” at the State Senate over last month’s stalemate circus. Unfortunately, according to Siena’s Steven Greenberg, “[v]oters have never historically shown a very long memory when it comes to political fights.” So the question is: Can they stay angry until 2010 and vote some of those guys out of office? [NYP]