Siena College Research Institute News Archive

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Cuomo Starts Re-Election Year & Tough Budget Season with All Ratings Up & Best Favorable Rating Sinc

Tuesday, January 16, 2018

Cuomo Starts Re-Election Year & Tough Budget Season with All Ratings Up & Best Favorable Rating Since June 2014

Pluralities Say New Federal Tax Law Will Worsen New York’s Economy & Have Little Effect on Their Personal Finances

Voters’ Top Issue Priorities for the Gov: Taxes & Health Care, Replace Jobs & Education as Top Issues; Strong Support for Many Cuomo SOS Initiatives


On MLK Day, 39% of NYers Say Race Relations in NYS are Excellent or Good

Monday, January 15, 2018

On MLK Day, 39% of NYers Say Race Relations
in NYS are Excellent or Good; Two-Thirds Believe
Minorities Experience Racial or Ethnic Discrimination

29% Say They’ve Been Treated Unfairly in Last Year Because
of Their Race, Ethnicity, Gender or Sexual Orientation

Three-Quarters Say Workplace Sexual Harassment is Significant Problem; 36% Are Aware of Harassment Where They Have Worked; 25% of NYers (36% of Women) Say They’ve Been Victim of Harassment


Consumer Sentiment Remains Strong, Up this Quarter, Up from a Year Ago

Thursday, January 4, 2018

Consumer Sentiment Remains Strong, Up this Quarter, Up from a Year Ago
Higher Income NY’ers Up over 10 points since 2016; Lower Income Residents Unchanged
Buying Plans for Major Items Show Continuing Strength


Majority Plan to Keep Holiday Budget Unchanged in 2017; 50% Will Stay Under $500 on Gifts

Monday, December 4, 2017

Annual Statewide Poll of Holiday Spending Plans
Majority Plan to Keep Holiday Budget Unchanged in 2017; 50% Will Stay Under $500 on Gifts; A Quarter to Spend More than $1000
‘Merry Christmas’ Top Holiday Greeting; 33% Believe in Santa
76% Will Donate to Help Needy; 36% Plan to Volunteer


Tight to the Finish: Northam 43%, Gillespie 40%

Sunday, November 5, 2017

New York Times Upshot/ Siena College Virginia Gubernatorial Poll:
Tight to the Finish: Northam 43%, Gillespie 40%
Gillespie Up 9 with Men; Northam Up 13 Points with Women