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in the News

Baruch College Survey Research (BCSR) leadership is frequently quoted in many media outlets in the New York Metro area and beyond. To access archived articles and releases featuring BCSR, click on the links below.

2017
The City Poll: New Yorkers on Best and Worst of de Blasio's Term
The City Poll: Do New Yorkers Support de Blasio's Plans for the Future?
Subway system has taken wrong turn, poll respondents say
NY1/Baruch poll: Cuomo getting higher approval ratings than de Blasio among NYers
NY1/Baruch Poll: Beating Bill de Blasio at the ballot box won't be easy for mayoral hopefuls
Analyzing the NY1/Baruch College City Poll on the race for mayor
NY1 Poll: Do NYers think Trump is guilty of sexual harassment?
NY1/Baruch College Poll: Gillibrand ready to run?
Cuomo's poll numbers strong as he heads into re-election campaign
NY1 Poll: Do NYers think de Blasio should run for president?
NY1 Poll: 1 in 3 NY women say they have been sexually harassed

2016
NY1 Online: The City Poll Questions New Yorkers Faith in Mayor, President Elect
NY1 ItCH: The Secret of Bill de Blasio’s Success
Poll Finds Slim Majority of New Yorkers Approve of Mayor as He Positions Himself against Trump Heading into Election Year
NY1 Online: The City Poll Questions New Yorkers Faith in Mayor, President Elect
Majority of NYers Have Some Anxiety Surrounding Impending Trump Presidency, NY1/Baruch College Poll Finds
NY1 ItCH: The Secret of Bill de Blasio’s Success
Poll Finds Slim Majority of New Yorkers Approve of Mayor as He Positions Himself against Trump Heading into Election Year
NY1 Online: Were the Polls Wrong?
NY1/Baruch College Poll: Trump Leads Rivals by 43 Percentage Points
City Poll: Most NYC Residents Believe NYPD is Racially Biased
City Poll: Nearly Half of New Yorkers Don't Know Who's in Charge of MTA
City Poll: In NYC, Cuomo's Public Approval Withstands Recent Turmoil in Albany
City Poll: New Yorkers Worried About Being Priced Out of Their Homes
City Poll: de Blasio's Approval Rating Up 14 Points from September
NY1 Online: Baruch College Pollster Takes Close Look at Results of City Poll
City Poll: City Residents Don't Want Bloomberg Presidential Run; Trump Trails Both Dems Head to Head

2015
NY1/Baruch Poll: Most NYers Say They Aren't Planning to See Pope Francis While He is in Town
NY1/Baruch Poll: Most NYers Plan to Stay Away from Crowds During Pope's Visit
NY1/Baruch Poll: NYers Split on Whether Pope Francis is Bringing Change to Catholic Church
NY1/Baruch Poll: NYers Express Support for Some of Pope's More Liberal Views
NY1/Baruch Poll Shows Highly Favorable Opinion of Pope Francis Among New Yorkers
NY1 Online: Baruch College Pollster Talks Exclusive Results of 'City Poll'
NY1/Baruch Poll: Mayor's Approval Rating Takes Hit After Tough Summer
The City Poll: Babe or Jeter—Bronx Residents Split on Best Yankee
The City Poll: Bronx Residents Choose Dominican Food as Their Favorite Takeout
NY1 Online: Pollsters Crunch Numbers on Bronx City Poll
NY1 Online: Political Polling Experts Break Down NY1's Queens City Poll
The City Poll: Queens Residents Love Calling the Borough Home
The City Poll: Queens Residents Mixed on Mayor's Track Record
The City Poll: New Yorkers Assess de Blasio’s Agenda
The City Poll: Police Commissioner's Approval Rating Lags Behind Mayor's
NY1 ItCH: Mayor de Blasio's Soaring SAT Scores
NY1 Online: Baruch College Pollster, Professor Dive Into 'City Poll' Numbers

2014
"Professor Micheline Blum Receives Distinguished Service Award from the NY Chapter of The American Association for Public Opinion Research" (Baruch College News)

2013
"Scant financial relief for many, a year after Sandy" (Al-jazeera America)
"Many in Coney Island Still Feel Post-Storm Needs" (Brooklyn Bureau)
"Survey of non-profits finds they're still helping Sandy victims" (Brooklyn Daily Eagle)
"One Year After Superstorm Sandy, New Survey of Human Services Organizations Reveals Ongoing Challenges to Long-Term Recovery and the Need for Improved Disaster Coordination" (Reuters)
"Sandy victims still in need" (Crain's New York Business)
"Sandy: One Year Later" (Human Services Council Blog)
"One Year After Superstorm Sandy, New Survey of Human Services Organizations Reveals Ongoing Challenges to Long-Term Recovery and the Need for Improved Disaster Coordination" (Human Services Council Press Release)
"Campaigning in the Digital City" (Hill+Knowlton Strategies News)
"The Picture of a City Grappling with a Complex Issue Takes Shape" (Policy & Research Insights: An ICPH Blog)

2012
"Baruch College Poll on Policing, Protection, Profiling and Pat Downs" (Baruch College Press)
"Mayor Bloomberg, Deputy Mayor Gibbs and Health Commissioner Farley announce decrease in foodborne illness and increase in restaurant revenue since letter grading began"(NYC.gov)
"Grading Eatery Grading: Mayor Defends Restaurant Policy as Council Speaker Sets Hearing for Complaints" (Wall Street Journal)
"Restaurant letter grades help make food safer to eat: Bloomberg" (NY Post)
"Bloomberg: Illnesses Down Since NYC Restaurant Grades Went Into Effect" (CBS New York)

2011
"Mayor Bloomberg, Deputy Mayor Gibbs, Health Commissioner Farley announce that one in three restaurants in New York city automatically saved money by earning and keeping 'A's - over $3 million in fines waived over last six months" (NYC.gov)
"Survey finds strong support for increases in the minimum wage, paid sick days, and living wages among New Yorkers" (RaisetheMinimumWage.com)
"Baruch College Survey Research Launches First New York City 'SAT Score" (Baruch College Press)
"Baruch College Presents Conference on Immigration Services in NYC" (Baruch College Press)
"Baruch College Poll: NY Voters Back Living Wage" (Daily News)
"A New York City 'Living Wage'" (NY Times)

Reports

2013
"Extreme Heat Awareness and Protective Behaviors in New York City" (Journal of Urban Health)
"Far From Home: Nonprofits Assess Sandy Recovery and Disaster Preparedness" (BCSR, CNSM, Human Services Council)
"Homelessness Hits Home: A New York City Public Opinion Poll" (Institute for Children, Poverty and Homelessness)

2012
"Policing, Protection, Pat-Downs, and Profiling: What New Yorkers Say. An Initial Analysis" (Douglas Muzzio)

2009
"The Helpers Need Help: New York City's Nonprofit Human Service Organizations Persevering in Uncertain Times" (BCSR, CNSM, Human Services Council)

Video/Audio

2013
"Human Services News and Views Radio Program: Show #7" (HSC and NYNP on WWRL, 1600 AM)
"Political Polling: How do political polls work?" (myfoxny.com)

2012
Interview with Director Micheline Blum about the Policing, Protection, Pat-Downs and Profiling Poll (City Talk, CUNY TV)

2011
Interview with Director Micheline Blum about the BCSR Living Wage Poll (City Talk, CUNY TV)