New Yorkers Want Politicians Out of The Chik-Fil-A Scandal

Eighty three percent of New Yorkers do not want politicians telling the public how to shop for fast food.


The Big Apple wants separation of chicken and state.

Eighty-three percent of New Yorkers said politicians shouldn't discourage people from patronizing Chick-fil-A, according to a Quinnipiac University poll on Wednesday. And 82 percent said there shouldn't be an impact on the company's ability to get permits.