Answer The Northeastern region.
New York State
The state of New York is located both in the Northeastern region, and the Mid-Atlantic region of the U.S. The state's nickname is The Empire State.
New York is a state and a city. Which one are you talking about? New York is NOT a region, it's a city and a state!
Yes, New York is a state in the Northeastern region of the United States. It is also the largest city in the state, which is why the city is referred to as New York, New York. (Compare Miami, Florida.)
No, New York State is not part of New England. That is a very common mistake. New York is actually part of the region known as the Northeast.
New York City is in New York State, and New York State is part of the Northeast region and the Mid-Atlantic region of the United States. New York City and State are included in both the Northeast and Middle Atlantic Regions. l love your mom ha ha ha ha ahb ha ah a ha hhaahha
New York City is in the humid subtropical region. It is the northernmost U.S. city to have this climate. The rest of New York State is in the humid continental region.
Yes, New York City and New York State are part of the region known as the Northeast.
The region of New York state North of the New York City suburbs are considered "upstate"
North Eastern USA
New York State is part of the region of the U.S. known as the Northeast. Sometimes people get confused and think it's part of the region known as New England, but it's not.
Yes, both New York City and New York State are in the Northeastern region of the United States.