NEW YORK. Two thirds of New Yorkers want a mosque, planned to be built within two blocks of Ground Zero, to be moved, a new poll showed on Thursday. The only people showing support were those identifying themselves as “liberals,” The New York Times survey found. It also said that 20 percent of those asked admitted to animosity towards Islam, nearly a decade after the 9/11 murders.
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