Siena College Research Institute News Archive

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Most Responsible for Opioid Abuse:  MD’s Over-prescribing

Sunday, April 22, 2018

Part II of Four-Part Siena College Poll: Who is Responsible for this Crisis?
Conducted as part of the Prescription for Progress*
Most Responsible for Opioid Abuse: MD’s Over-prescribing, Moral Failings & Pharma Promoting Without Warning

67% Say NYS Govt. Entities Not Doing as Much as They Can

Support for Funding Treatment, Addressing Root Causes, Education, Going after Those Responsible & Empowering Law Enforcement


Matching His Lowest Favorability Rating as Governor, Cuomo Still Maintains Solid Leads Over Nixon

Tuesday, April 17, 2018

Matching His Lowest Favorability Rating as Governor, Cuomo
Still Maintains Solid Leads Over Nixon, Molinaro, DeFrancisco

Cuomo More Known, Viewed More Favorably than Nixon Among Dems;
Nixon Cuts Deficit from 47 to 31 Points; Cuomo Leads 58-27 Percent

Child Victims Act, Codifying Roe v. Wade, Bail Reform and Dream Act Remain Very Popular with New Yorkers; Legalizing Recreational Pot
and Including Citizenship on Census Have Narrower Support


54% of NY’ers Personally Touched by Opioid Abuse

Sunday, April 15, 2018

A Special Four-Part Siena College Poll: New York State’s Opioid Epidemic
Conducted as part of the Prescription for Progress*
54% of NY’ers Personally Touched by Opioid Abuse; 1 of 4 Know Someone that Died of an Opioid Overdose


Declining Future Confidence Drops Index to Lowest Since November 2016

Wednesday, April 11, 2018

Declining Future Confidence Drops Index to Lowest Since November 2016
National Sentiment – Highest Since 2004 – Far More Bullish than NYS
Plans to Buy Homes, Renovation & Furniture Strong; Gas and Food Concerns Lessen


By 2-to-1, New Yorkers Support SAFE Act & Banning Assault Weapon Sales Nationally

Monday, March 19, 2018

By 2-to-1, New Yorkers Support SAFE Act & Banning Assault
Weapon Sales Nationally; Two-Thirds Oppose Arming Teachers

Cuomo – Despite Job Performance Rating Slip – Is Strongly Favored By
Dems Over Nixon (66-19%); Has 2-to-1 Leads Over Both DeFrancisco &
Molinaro (Half of Reps Don’t Know Who They’d Support in that Primary)

Trump Remains Solidly Under Water with Voters; Still Strong with Reps