A Siena College poll released last week shows that almost 90% percent of New Yorkers say they are at least somewhat concerned that another terrorist attack will happen in New York in the near future, though most have not changed their lifestyle at all out of fear of a terrorist attack.

Those polled also:

  • oppose allowing Syrian refugees to come to the United States at this time (52%-39%);
  • believe that corruption in Albany is a serious problem (89%-7%)
  • support the enactment of new ethics laws to prevent further corruption (64%-22%); and
  • agree with Attorney General Eric Schneiderman that daily fantasy sports games are gambling and illegal in New York (66%-34%).