Of course there are.
Incidentally, I seek out and shop in stores with good prices but I wouldn't patronize a Walmart.
It's a matter of principal. Plenty of the people in that neighborhood might feel the same, give them some credit. In fact, oppsition to Walmart in other areas of the city shows a general disdain for the effect their presence would have here, and for the inconsistency of their labor practices with New York expectations. Pathmark has a contract with the United Food and Commercial Workers Union so the logic is flawed:because Pathmark and Walmart are very different, and perceived differently by many people. There exists particular disapproval toward Walmart's way of doing things.If their opposition is truly a result of losing an affordable place to shop, then they'd embrace Wal-Mart in a new condo development.