New election poll doesn't favor Bloomberg

BROOKLYN - Despite high approval ratings, a new poll shows most New Yorkers wouldn?t vote for Mayor Michael Bloomberg if he ran for office again.

The Quinnipiac University Survey found that 58 percent would not vote for Bloomberg, while 22 percent said they would.

Bloomberg won an unprecedented third term last year after convincing the City Council to amend term limit laws in order to see New York City through the height of its financial crisis.

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