POUGHKEEPSIE, N.Y. — More than six in 10 New York City residents say they would welcome Wal-Mart to their neighborhood, although support in the outer boroughs was stronger than in Manhattan, according to results of a poll by Marist College here released Friday. Support for Wal-Mart among Manhattanites was 56%, according to the survey of 808 adults conducted in late July. This compared to 73% in the Bronx, 65% in Brooklyn and 64% in Queens and Staten Island. Women — 68% — are slightly more ...

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