NEW YORK - The mayor, the governor and state lawmakers have been taking victory laps after Albany passed congestion pricing for the city.
But a new poll suggests most New Yorkers aren't happy with the plan.
The Quinnipiac University survey of New York City voters found 54 percent oppose congestion pricing; 41 percent support it.
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When asked if congestion pricing will be successful in reducing traffic, 52 percent said it will not; 40 percent say it will.
The details of how congestion pricing will work are still being figured out.
And Governor Cuomo is urging New Yorkers to be patient.
"The questions that need to be worked out are legitimate, and you just don't have the information yet. The toll will be set to fund the MTA's Capital Plan. What is the MTA's Capital Plan? You don't know yet, we have to work through the Capital Plan," Cuomo said.
Quinnipiac surveyed 1,077 city voters between March 27 and April 1.
The poll has a margin or error of 3.8 percentage points.