Poll: ‘Wrong Direction’ Still Winning Big; Cuomo Too

ALBANY—After two weeks of a paralyzing leadership struggle in the State Senate, a record 63 percent of voters surveyed in a poll released today think New York is heading in the wrong direction.
“Two-thirds of New York voters think the Senate leadership fight is bad for the people of the state,” said Steve Greenberg, a spokesman for the Siena Research Institute, which conducted the poll. “An overwhelming 84 percent think the fight will make it harder to pass important legislation—legislation that voters want the Senate to act upon, including property tax reform, state government ethics reform, reducing pension costs, and legislation on same sex marriages.

Poll: ‘Wrong Direction’ Still Winning Big; Cuomo Too