NEW YORK — New York City residents think Wal-Mart is tough on its employees and on small businesses, but said they would shop there if a Wal-Mart store was convenient to them, a new survey from Quinnipiac University said Friday. Wal-Mart has said it intends to open stores in New York City for the first time, but has met opposition from unions and some elected officials. The poll revealed that 57% of residents said City Council should allow the Bentonville, Ark.-based retailer to put stores ...

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