According to a new Siena College poll, 47 percent of New York state residents believe that they are worse off financially than they were four years ago. Only 37 percent said they are better off and — while the report did not say how many city people were included in the sample — we're pretty sure that at least some of those 37-percenters are Manhattanites.
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