August 12, 2013


Cuomo Reverses Poll Drop Trend

A new Siena poll in New York finds that Gov. Andrew Cuomo (D) is viewed favorably by 65% of voters and unfavorably by 30% -- up from 58% to 35% in June.

Key finding: 55% say they are prepared to re-elect him while 35% would prefer someone else.

Said pollster Steven Greenberg: "With the Legislature out of town for the summer, Cuomo has reversed his downward polling trend from the first half of this year. His favorability rating is back in the mid-60s and his re-elect number is back in the mid 50s. More than two-thirds of voters, including majorities of Republicans and conservatives, say that Cuomo has been an effective governor in his first three years."










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