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Poll: New Yorkers mostly oppose fracking

A new Siena poll out Monday finds that a slight majority of New Yorkers oppose lifting a ban on fracking in the state, as Gov. Andrew Cuomo prepares to make a decision about whether or not to allow the controversial process for drilling for natural gas.

By a margin of 43-39 percent, voters in the state oppose allowing the moratorium on fracking to be lifted, up slightly from last month when the same poll found that 40 percent opposed it, while 40 percent also supported it.

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