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News Siena College Poll On Voter Sentiment In New York State

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By a wide margin, 57-25 percent, likely voters say they will vote ‘no’ on the Constitutional Convention proposal on next week’s ballot.

By a similar 60-29 percent margin, likely voters say it ‘will be an expensive waste of time,’ rather than a ‘once in a generation opportunity to bring our State Constitution into the 21st Century,’ according to a new Siena College Poll of likely 2017 New York State voters released last hour.

Link: See all the poll results

  • Governor Andrew Cuomo’s favorability rating is 52-43 percent with likely voters, down from 57-35 percent last month among registered voters.
  • The Assembly has a negative 39-44 percent favorability with likely voters, down from 43-37 percent last month among registered voters.
  • The Senate has a negative 37-48 percent favorability with likely voters, down from 47-37 percent last month among registered voters.
  • Senator Kirsten Gillibrand has a 58-26 percent favorability with likely voters, up a little from 50-23 percent last month among registered voters.

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