The Wall Street Journal released a new poll asking New Yorkers who they think of as quintessentially New York, and who they'd like to pack up and leave town.
Tied for top honors in the latter category are former mayor and portraitee Rudy Giuliani, and his political rival, Al Sharpton. Trailing them are Howard Stern with 12%, Eliot Spitzer with 10%, Donald Trump and Charlie Rangel with 9% and Kathie Lee Gifford with 4%.
When asked who was the most quintessential New Yorker, former mayor Ed Koch got 20%. Strangely, Giuliani was also a runner-up in that category, with 18%.
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