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October 21, 2013

New polling is out ...

Once again, the Siena Research Institute is out with its most recent polling of New Yorkers taken from October 14-16, 2013.   Only a slight change from last month with 38% supporting hydraulic fracturing and 43% opposing it.   These numbers on hydraulic fracturing are better and within the margin of error but still not encouraging.

As for Governor Cuomo, he is viewed favorably by 62% of voters and unfavorably by 32% and he has a 52%-47%job performance rating.  Moreover, 52% are prepared to re-elect him.

Finally, of note, voters are evenly divided at 44% as to whether New York is headed on the right track or headed in the wrong direction.   But when broken down by geography, a tale of two states continues as 57% of upstaters report that the state is headed in the wrong direction, while only smaller numbers of New York City and downstate suburban voters say the state is headed in the right direction.

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