NEW YORK — Support among New Yorkers for a Wal-Mart store in the city is growing, according to results of a poll released Thursday by Quinnipiac University. The poll of New York City voters revealed that 69% would shop at a Wal-Mart if it were convenient to them, up slightly from 68% when the same question was asked in March of this year, Quinnipiac said. Democrats and voters in union households want to shop Wal-Mart by similar margins, the poll added. New Yorkers also are more welcoming ...

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