NEW YORK -- When it comes to how New Yorkers feel about the, the numbers speak for themselves.
A Siena College poll says 70 percent say they feel less safe now than they did before the start of the pandemic.
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CBS2 data analysts have been crunching the numbers and the research suggests a link between gun violence and poor, blighted neighborhoods.
We tracked shooting victims since 2015. A map shows a neighborhood breakdown. The darker the color, the more shootings.
Another map shows 311 reports of vacant and abandoned buildings. Side by side, the similarities are clear. Once again, Bed-Stuy has the most.
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