Siena pollster Steven Greenberg:
“President Obama’s favorability rating, 63-34 percent, hit its highest level since January 2010,” Greenberg said. “The boost came largely from independent, suburban and younger voters. Similarly, the percentage of voters wanting to see him re-elected next year is up to 52 percent, the highest level since Siena started asking in Read More
These pre-pre election polls have limited significance for any actual contest, but according to this poll from Siena, Michael Bloomberg is benefiting from his continued popularity as mayor, beating both David Paterson and Andrew Cuomo in a hypothetical gubernatorial election.
Here are some other interesting bits:
Paterson wins over Andrew Cuomo among upstate Read More
New Yorkers don’t want to see Hillary Clinton or Michael Bloomberg as anyone’s vice presidential candidate, according to a poll out today by Siena.
New York voters oppose a Clinton vice presidency 49 – 41 percent. They oppose a Bloomberg vice presidency 49 – 36 percent.
But — just for fun, I guess — Read More
Here is a quick look at some polls released today:
Hillary Clinton increased her lead over Barack Obama and theoretical candidate Al Gore in New York, according to the Siena Research Institute.
Al Gore is the strongest Democratic candidate against Rudy Giuliani in Pennsylvania, according to the Quinnipiac University Read More
Siena Research Institute has a new poll out today about voter attitudes towards some of the biggest legislative initiatives under consideration in Albany.
62 to 32 percent, voters oppose pay raises for lawmakers;
52 to 42 percent, voters support reinstating the death penalty for cop killers;
51 to 37 Read More