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Gov. Cuomo, left, is running against GOP challenger Rob Astorino, right.
Gov. Cuomo, left, is running against GOP challenger Rob Astorino, right.

Poll shows Cuomo popular, but with weaknesses on corruption issue

A Quinnipiac University poll shows the race for Governor virtually unchanged since the spring, with incumbent Governor Andrew Cuomo far ahead of his Republican and Democratic challengers.

The favorable ratings for Cuomo come after weeks of negative news stories about the governor's alleged interference in an ethics panel and an on-going federal investigation.  Go to full article
Image: Siena Research Institute
Image: Siena Research Institute

Siena Poll: Cuomo up, Common Core down, fracking even

A poll conducted fifteen weeks before Election Day shows incumbent New York Governor Andrew Cuomo is maintaining a wide lead over his nearest challenger.

According to the Siena Poll, Cuomo is 37 points ahead of Republican challenger Rob Astorino.  Go to full article
Gov. Andrew Cuomo. Photo: Karen DeWitt
Gov. Andrew Cuomo. Photo: Karen DeWitt

Poll shows Cuomo vulnerable on the left

A new poll finds Gov. Andrew Cuomo in a double-digit lead against his Republican opponent for the fall elections. But the survey finds that ratio changes if a progressive third party candidate emerges.

The Siena poll finds Cuomo leads GOP candidate Rob Astorino by 30 points. But fewer than half think the governor is doing a good job in office, and, if the state's Working Families Party follows through on threats to run a progressive leaning candidate on a third party line, Siena's Steve Greenberg says the race becomes much closer, to just a 15-point lead for Cuomo.  Go to full article

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