A new poll shows that morale is low among the NYPD's rank and file.

The Patrolmen's Benevolent Association survey found 96% of cops polled believe police-community relations have gotten worse.

On the question of safety, 87% say the city has become less safe since Mayor Bill de Blasio took office in 2014, and appointed Police Commissioner Bill Bratton.

On the question of compensation, 89% say they would leave the department if offered a higher-paying law enforcement job elsewhere, and 86% would not recommend the job to a family member.

More than 6,000 PBA members took part in the poll, with nearly half of them served in the NYPD for more than ten years.

Police Commissioner Bill Bratton says he's not surprised by the results, while Mayor de Blasio disputes the survey.

"It echoes the survey that we conducted, that we shared with you back in 2014," Bratton said. "The idea that morale at that time, officers, a significant majority of them, expressed concern.

"I don't put a lot of stock in that survey," de Blasio said. "It certainly is not a survey of the majority of our officers. I don't know who did the survey. I don't know which officers they chose to talk to."

The PBA is set to release all of the results Tuesday.