A poll by the Siena Research Institute showed that Governor Andrew Cuomo’s favorability rating fell to negative 43-50 percent, which is down from 51-43 percent last month. The poll was released Monday morning.
His job performance rating fell to 35-64 percent, down from 43-56 percent.
The poll also showed Senator Chuck Schumer’s favorability rating drop to 47-46 percent, which is down from 53-39 percent.
Voters said Democrats in Congress should not include President Trump’s border wall funding to avoid a second partial government shutdown.
President should not declare a national emergency to fund the wall, voters say 70-26 percent.
Trump’s favorability rating is 35-59 percent, which is up from 32-64 percent last month.
New Yorkers said the Child Victims Act will be good for New York. By wide margins, they say GENDA, the Dream Act, and recently passed election reform and gun control laws will be good for New York State.
They said the same about the Reproductive Health Act by a narrower 47-32 percent margin.
“Now, for the first time ever, half of New Yorkers view Andrew Cuomo unfavorably. It’s his lowest favorability rating ever and his lowest-ever job performance as governor,” Siena College pollster Steven Greenberg said. “And it is a dramatic drop in both ratings from last month.”