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Siena New York Poll

 


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April 21, 2014

Head-to-Head, Cuomo Leads Astorino by 30 Points; But By Only 15 Points In 3-Way Race with Liberal WFP Candidate
Most Voters Know Little About Moreland Commission; Overwhelmingly Side with Fed Prosecutor Over Governor That Moreland Should Have Continued
Schneiderman & DiNapoli Each Unknown to More Than Half of Voters; Only About One-Third Say they Are Prepared to Re-Elect Either One
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April 07, 2014

Nearly Half of NYC Voters Approve of the Job de Blasio is Doing as Mayor So Far; And Nearly Half View Him Favorably
Approve de Blasio’s Handling of Sick Leave, Pre-K, Snow Removal; More Disapprove his Addressing of Housing, Income Inequality, Jobs
Nearly Two-to-One Opposition of Banning Horse Drawn Carriages
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April 07, 2014

The New York Times/NY1/Siena College Poll
Sports Fan Results
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March 24, 2014

Cuomo Still Leads Astorino by 35 Points as Ratings Slip
While Strongly Seen As Effective Governor, Under Cuomo Voters Don’t See
Improved State Government, Business Climate, Economy, Education Quality

Voters: Strong Support for SAFE Act a Year After Passage; Support
for State Funding College for Inmates; Opposition to NY Dream Act
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February 25, 2014

Voters Divided on Common Core; Support 2-Year Moratorium
Overwhelming Support for SED over Gov on Setting Education Policy
Cuomo Ratings Slip; Still Maintains 40+ Point Leads over Astorino/Trump
Majority of NYers See Upstate Struggling More than Downstate Economically 
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The Siena New York Poll is a monthly snapshot poll of at least 800 registered voters from throughout New York State on current political issues. Margin of error for the total 800 respondent sample is +/- 3.5 percentage points. For more information or comment contact Steven A. Greenberg, at 518-469-9858 or steve@greenbergpr.com.

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