The majority of voters want to end s for childhood  as the country battles a historic that has hit the state harder than any other, according to a recent poll.

The Siena College Research Institute on Monday  showing that 84% of New Yorkers polled favored ending the exception This percentage has risen by 6 points since April, the polling institute, based in New York, said.

“New Yorkers overwhelmingly support legislation requiring parents to vaccinate their children regardless of religious beliefs. More than three-quarters of voters from every party and region support it,” Siena College pollster Steven Greenberg said.

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