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Siena Poll: Hochul Leads Corwin, 42% to 38% Among Likely Voters

Monday, May 23, 2011

Hochul Viewed Most Favorably; Davis Candidacy Fades

Days before Election Day, Democrat Kathy Hochul holds a four point lead, 42 to 38 percent over Republican Jane Corwin according to a Siena (College) Research Institute poll of likely 26th CD voters released today. Viewed more favorably than Corwin or independent Jack Davis, Hochul has moved from trailing Corwin by five points, 36 to 31 percent, in Siena’s April 29 poll to having a lead three days before the election. Davis has dropped as the choice of likely voters from 23 to only 12 percent.
 

“With the eyes of the nation focusing on Western New York, Democrat Kathy Hochul has moved from trailing Republican Jane Corwin by five to leading by four points as independent Jack Davis has seen his support cut in half falling from twenty-three percent three weeks ago to only twelve percent today,” said Dr. Don Levy, Siena College pollster and Director of the Siena Research Institute.

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