Cuomo Favorability Hits 70% after State of State Address


According to the latest poll from The Sienna College Research Institute, Governor Andrew Cuomo’s favorability rating rose to 70 percent.
The poll, released yesterday, measured the opinions of a cross section of 776 registered New York State voters last week.
For the first time in more than a year, 70 percent of voters have a favorable view of Cuomo, while only 17 percent view him unfavorably, the lowest since August 2009.
He is viewed favorably by 78 percent of Democrats and 60 percent of Republicans; 73 percent of downstaters and 65 percent of upstaters; and even 53 percent of conservatives,” said Siena College pollster Steven Greenberg. “A plurality of voters, 44 percent, says he’s doing an excellent or good job as governor, compared to 28 percent who say he’s doing a fair or poor job”.
When it comes to who the voters trust to do the right thing for New York, more than two-thirds of voters say Cuomo, while fewer than one in five say the New York State Legislature.

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