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 Read More
Two thirds of New York voters think Eliot Spitzer needs to be more forthright his involvement in the plan to use the state police to create records on Joe Bruno’s use of state aircraft, according to a poll being released today by Siena College.
By a margin of 70-19 percent, voters Read More
After an onslaught of ads attacking his health care spending plan, Eliot Spitzer’s favorability rating has dropped from 74 percent last month to 62 this month, according to a new Siena poll.
Siena pollster Steven Greenberg also had this to say about what might happen to those numbers if the governor’s first budget Read More
The public sided with Eliot Spitzer over the legislature in the comptroller controversy, according to a Siena poll out today.
Here’s the snappy analysis:
“Spitzer’s popularity continues to steamroll along with the public, with nearly three-quarters of New York voters – including 61 percent of Republicans – having a favorable view of the Governor,” said Read More
Today’s Siena poll has Alan Hevesi and Chris Callaghan in a statistical dead heat.
Hevesi’s 39 to 35% lead is within the 4% margin of error for the poll, for which 500 likely voters were surveyed. This is a little different from the latest NY1/Newsday poll of 1,502 registered voters, “of Read More
Today’s Siena poll shows 59 percent of likely Republican voters have a favorable view of Democrat Eliot Spitzer.
Andrew Cuomo and Jeanine Pirro are tied “47-47 percent in her downstate suburban base,” pollster Steven Greenberg said.
Hillary Clinton is crushing John Spencer 62-33 percent.
And State Comptroller Alan Hevesi, who leads his challenger Read More