Mar 11, 2013 — A new Siena College poll finds a slight drop in Governor Cuomo's popularity for the third month in a row. The poll finds the governor's popularity has dropped to 64 percent, still higher than most politicians in the country, but an eight point slide from a 72 percent approval rating in December. Go to full article
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A pleased Gov. Andrew Cuomo at Tuesday's signing of the NY SAFE Act. Photo: Gov. Cuomo's office via Flickr
Albany, NY, Jan 18, 2013 — A survey from Siena College pollsters finds voters overwhelming support many of the items that New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo is pushing, including parts of the newly enacted gun control law. Go to full article
Albany, NY, Sep 21, 2011 — Governor Andrew Cuomo is the most popular governor in the nation, according to a new poll that gives Cuomo high marks for his handling of the storms Irene and Lee. Go to full article
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Albany, NY, Apr 12, 2011 — A new Siena College poll finds a strong majority of New Yorkers support Governor Cuomo austerity budget, despite its deep cuts to local schools and hospitals. Karen Dewitt reports. Go to full article
Albany, NY, Feb 15, 2011 — A new poll finds that Governor Andrew Cuomo continues to enjoy high popularity and support for his budget, which would cut $10 billion in spending on schools and health care, among other things. Karen DeWitt reports. Go to full article
Albany, NY, Dec 09, 2010 — One day after the State Senate's failure to approve a bail out bill for New York City's OTB, leaving nearly a thousand people out of a job, comes a poll that finds New Yorkers have little hope for fixing Albany anytime soon, even with the advent of a new governor, Andrew Cuomo, in January. Karen DeWitt reports. Go to full article
Oct 29, 2010 — The race between Democratic Congressman Bill Owens and Republican Matt Doheny has tightened to a near dead heat. And conservative Doug Hoffman is still playing a big role in who'll represent the 23rd Congressional district next year.
Today's Siena Research Institute poll finds Owens narrowly leading Doheny 40 to 37%, with Hoffman bringing in 15% of the vote, even though he suspended his campaign weeks ago. David Sommerstein reports. Go to full article