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BY: Cameron Cawthorne
NBC News reporter Savannah Sellers interviewed several New York City residents Thursday morning about Mayor Bill de Blasio's (D.) presidential announcement, but they were not enthusiastic about his candidacy.
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"Savannah, those people on the subway—they specifically know the mayor, two terms, what are they telling you?" host Stephanie Ruhle asked.
Sellers cited a Quinnipiac poll from last month saying 76 percent of New Yorkers didn't think he should run for president, adding that the poll factored in every "party, age, racial, and borough group."
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She then played footage of some of the people she interviewed about de Blasio's presidential announcement.
"[I'm] very disappointed," a man said. "I personally would not vote for him."
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"My concern is more how there's a lot of Democrats running for president, and it makes it complicated top narrow down on a choice," a woman said.
"He needs help. Seriously. The guy, he hasn't done really jack. He really hasn't. Besides, it's about time a woman runs this country," another man said.
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"I don't know. There's a lot of other good candidates for Democrats...
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