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How We Live: The Fabric of Upstate Life

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How We Live: How is the Upstate Economy?

According to a recent Siena College survey conducted for the Times Union, most upstate New Yorkers are convinced that the nation's best economic times are behind it, that future generations will have a less secure retirement, and that job prospects will remain stagnant. This poll was the second in a series called 'How We Live: The Fabric of Upstate Life' sponsored by Gramercy Communications.

Watch a discussion about the poll results on WMHT TV
Tuesday, December 16, 2014 at 7:30pm
Monday, December 22, 2014 at 7:30pm

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Watch as stakeholders in public education discuss the issues covered in the Times Union and Siena College Education Poll conducted in June 2014. The education poll kicks off a series of public opinion surveys on 'How We Live: The Fabric of Upstate Life.' Future polls will focus social and economic topics including health and nutrition, household finances, women in the workplace, retirement planning, parenting and technology.

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