LOUDONVILLE, N.Y. (WKBW) — A new poll from Siena College found that Gov. Andrew Cuomo's approval rating among New Yorkers is down from October.
According to the poll, the majority of New Yorkers, 56 percent, view him favorably, while 39 percent of New Yorkers do not.
This is down from Cuomo's 59 percent favorability rating in October.
“While Cuomo’s favorability and job performance ratings have slipped a little in the last month and fallen significantly from their all-time April highs, voters continue to view him favorably by a 17-point margin, compared to February, when voters viewed him unfavorably by a six-point margin,” said Steven Greenberg, Siena College pollster. “Cuomo is viewed favorably by three-quarters of Democrats and half of independents, however, more than three-quarters of Republicans view him unfavorably. In April, a majority of Republicans viewed Cuomo favorably."
You can read the complete poll by clicking here.