Which states are currently affected by Trump’s travel ban?

In a recent poll of travel restrictions in the US, the Associated Press found the ban was having the greatest effect on travel to and from New York, Boston, Chicago, Philadelphia, Washington, D.C., and Los Angeles.

The AP surveyed 1,000 Americans to find which states were most affected by the travel ban.

The results are below: New York New York Governor Andrew Cuomo, New York Attorney General Eric Schneiderman, New Jersey Governor Chris Christie, Massachusetts Governor Charlie Baker, Rhode Island Governor Gina Raimondo, California Governor Jerry Brown, Texas Governor Greg Abbott, and Maryland Governor Larry Hogan were among those who called for the travel restriction to be lifted.

New York Gov.

Andrew Cuomo.

The Associated Press/Associated Press poll found that New York and New Jersey were among the top five states that were most likely to have a travel ban lifted in the wake of Trump’s executive order.

In the New York City metro area, more than half of New Yorkers (54%) called for a ban to be removed.

New Yorkers were also more likely than Americans nationwide to say the travel restrictions were necessary to protect the country from terrorism.

New Jersey Gov.

Chris Christie.

More than half (54% of New Jersey residents) called for New Jersey to remain in the list of states that have been suspended from the federal government’s travel restrictions program.

New Hampshires Governor Tom Wolf, New Hampshire Gov.

Maggie Hassan, Connecticut Gov.

Dan Malloy, Pennsylvania Gov.

Tom Wolf and Massachusetts Gov.

Charlie Baker also called for states to remain on the list.

The Washington Post poll found a majority of voters in New York (60%) and New York State (58%) want to remain suspended from President Trump’s list of travel bans, which would require the states to submit a list of people they consider “high risk” and “imminent threat” to national security.

In New York state, a majority (53%) of New York voters also support Trump’s ban, which the New Yorker called “unconstitutional.”

New Jersey voters were also less likely than the national average to call for a suspension of the travel suspension.

More: New Yorkers, New Yorkers are united in calling for a ‘pause’ on travel ban Trump travel ban: Poll finds majority support for New York ban The Associated News/Associated News poll of 1,006 registered voters was conducted Oct. 19-20.

The margin of error is plus or minus 3.7 percentage points.