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09 June 2011
Evidence supporting the assertion that New Yorkers are retards
More than half of U.S. Representative Anthony Weiner’s constituents want him to stay in office even though the married lawmaker has admitted sending inappropriate photos and messages to women he met online, according to a poll released today.
A survey by the Marist College Institute for Public Opinion and NY1, a New York City television news station, found that 56 percent of registered voters in Weiner’s district say he shouldn’t resign, while 33 percent want him to quit.
Weiner has been one of the Democrats’ leading voices attacking Republican positions on health care, with camera-ready sound bites that garnered as many as 1 million hits on YouTube. Registered voters in Weiner’s district are divided on how effective he can be if he remains in office, with 48 percent saying he can continue to be effective and 43 percent saying they don’t believe he can.