New York City Mayor Eric Adams has responded to a recent Quinnipiac University poll showing a record-low 28% approval rating, acknowledging New Yorkers' frustration but attributing it to factors largely beyond his control.
Adams acknowledged the public's anger, stating, "I respect that people are feeling angry, and I understand why." He attributed part of the dissatisfaction to recent budget cuts impacting various city services and the ongoing migrant crisis, which he placed primary responsibility for on the federal government.
The poll also revealed that 30% of respondents believe Adams engaged in unethical conduct related to the FBI investigation. . .