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Poll: Are you shopping at businesses hurt by Sandy?

Bill Claudio, owner of Claudio's in Greenport, raises

Bill Claudio, owner of Claudio's in Greenport, raises a flag to show his restaurant Claudio's is open. Superstorm Sandy destroyed his other two waterfront establishments. (Nov. 1, 2012) (Credit: Randee Daddona)

Superstorm Sandy damaged hundreds of businesses across Long Island. From small mom-and-pop stores to larger concerns, they suffered flooding, wind damage and prolonged power outages.

Now that many are trying to get back on their feet, are you going out of your way to patronize them?

Vote and leave a comment; results and a selection of comments will be published in next Sunday's business section.

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Are you going out of your way to patronize Sandy-damaged businesses?

Whenever I can No, my favorite store still isn't back Only when they offer a good value

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