New Yorkers opposed to fracking: poll

New York Post: New Yorkers are turning against fracking, according to a new poll. Quinnipiac University said its survey shows "for the first time ever' opposition to the controversial natural gas drilling technique "by a clear margin,' 46-39 percent. That's a turnaround from 47-42 percent support in August 2011 as Gov. Cuomo continues to delay a decision on whether to allow high-volume horizontal drilling. The poll shows upstate voters slightly in favor of drilling in Marcellus Shale (44-42) and the suburbs......

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