Be counted in our census

Make your voice heard on the biggest issues concerning New York's teams

Updated: April 2, 2010, 9:09 AM ET
ESPNNewYork.com

Here's the thing: At ESPNNewYork.com, we don't care what they think in Boston, or in Chicago, or in L.A. We care what people think down the block, around the corner, in East Flatbush, in Astoria, in St. George, on the D train or the B61 bus -- and in Westchester, North Jersey and on Long Island, too.

We care what you think. So if you're a New York fan, tell us where you live or where you come from -- especially if it's in the New York metro area -- and give us a piece of your mind. We want to know if the Yankees really own this town, if the Mets are bigger on the Island, if you like Sanchez better than Eli, and if you care that the Nets are about to do the bridge-and-tunnel hop.

This is the 2010 New York Sports Census. Put up or shut up.

Pick your region and click to vote ...

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