ICYMI: A new poll is out on Governor Cuomo today, and while most in the media may be spinning it as a "rebound," (he went up 4 points in favorabilty--less than the poll's margin of error) the truth is that every day that goes by, more and more voters are realizing the Governor's failures and they're looking for change.
New Yorkers continue to have a poor opinion of the Governor's job performance which remains stuck underwater with only 43% approval and 55% disapproval.
Less than half of New Yorkers are prepared to re-elect him, and he gets increasingly low marks for his handling of key issues like taxes, the economy, infrastructure, mass transit and education.
A whopping 72% disapprove of his job performance on taxes and 60% on the economy--not a big surprise given how many New Yorkers are fleeing the state for better opportunities elsewhere.
This comes on the heels of another dismal jobs reportshowing New York growing slower than the rest of the nation and a continued drain of jobs from Upstate.
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The Governor may be desperate to satisfy his national ambitions, but he's got serious problems here at home.