According to a newly released Siena College Survey of registered voters in New York State, most would see the failure of the Republican Healthcare bill as a victory.
By a 56-27% margin, (2-1) residents of New York were against the bill.
Two-thirds (67-30%) said they like Obamacare but it needs improvement. Broken down by party, Democrats loved Obamacare while Republicans want it repealed and replaced.
Trump’s favorability rating, falling for the third consecutive month, now stands at a negative 33-63%, down from a negative 36-59% in February. His job performance rating is a negative 26-71%, down from negative 29-68% last month.
Who likes Trump? Republicans 73%, Conservatives 65%, and Catholics 46%. Trump is not viewed favorably by more than 38% of any other demographic group.
Governor Andrew Cuomo has a 54-40% favorability rating, down from 60-34% in February, and his job performance rating is negative 47-52%, down from 50-48%.
Other results from the new Siena College Poll of registered voters in New York State:
- Statewide support the Governor’s plan to extend the millionaire’s tax
- Allow ride-sharing services to operate throughout the state
- Free SUNY/CUNY tuition is well-liked by Democrats, but not Republicans and upstaters
- Narrow support for raising the age of criminal responsibility from 16 to 18
- Democrats drive narrow support as well for the New York Dream Act
This Siena College Poll was conducted March 19-23, 2017 by telephone calls conducted in English to 791 New York State registered voters. Respondent sampling was initiated by asking for the youngest male in the household. It has an overall margin of error of + 3.9 percentage points including the design effects resulting from weighting. Sampling was conducted via a stratified dual frame probability sample of landline and cell phone telephone numbers (both from Survey Sampling International) from within New York State weighted to reflect known population patterns. Data was statistically adjusted by age, party, region and gender to ensure representativeness. The Siena College Research Institute, directed by Donald Levy, Ph.D., conducts political, economic, social and cultural research primarily in NYS. SRI, an independent, non-partisan research institute, subscribes to the American Association of Public Opinion Research Code of Professional Ethics and Practices.