Siena College Research Institute News

  • NY’ers and Upstate CEO’s See Balancing Work & Family as Biggest Problem for Women at Work

    NY’ers and Upstate CEO’s See Balancing Work & Family as Biggest Problem for Women at Work
    Large Majority Say Women Struggle to Receive Equal Pay and With Workplace Sexual Harassment; CEO’s See Different World
    60% Think Women Have as Much or More Opportunity to be Successful; 70% of All CEO’s, 38% of Female CEO’s: ‘Women Have as Much Opportunity Today as Men do’ Read More

  • Corruption – A Serious Problem – Has Not Gotten Worse Over Last Few Years, Voters Say

    Corruption – A Serious Problem – Has Not Gotten Worse Over Last Few Years, Voters Say; Not As Important as Jobs or Education as Priority Issue for Legislature to Address
    Voters Strongly Support Continuing Property Tax Cap (Maybe with Changes); Support Start-Up NY; Continue to Support SAFE Act; Voters Divided on Education Tax Credit and Dream Act
    Cuomo Favorability & Job Performance Ratings Worst As Governor Read More

  • Voters Don’t Think New Laws Will Reduce Corruption; Say Cuomo was Right to not Hold Up Budget for Bigger Changes

    Voters Don’t Think New Laws Will Reduce Corruption; Say Cuomo was Right to not Hold Up Budget for Bigger Changes
    Voters Say (50-44 Percent) Parents Right to Opt Out of State Exams; NY Doesn’t Spend Enough on Education but Voters Are Divided on Increasing Their Income Taxes to Pay for More Education Funding
    Dems Happy with Clinton as Nominee; Reps Divided on Their Choice Read More