NEW YORK - Most New Yorkers say they're against the new state license plate requirements.
That's according to a new Siena College Poll.
The majority of New Yorkers don't agree with the state's plans to require drivers to replace plates that are more than 10 years old.
Sixty percent of those surveyed oppose the rule.
Just 31 percent of people on board with the new plates.
A majority of state voters aren't happy with the $25 license plate replacement fee; 75 percent say it's unfair.
Just 23 percent think it's okay for the state to charge the fee.
When it comes to the 2020 presidential race, the majority of state Democrats favor Joe Biden.
The former vice president is supported by 22 percent of prospective party voters.
Elizabeth Warren came in with 17 percent and Bernie Sanders was third with 15 percent.
The Siena College poll was conducted between September 8th and 12th.
It has a margin of error of plus or minus 4.1 percentage points.