The latest poll has shown that more than half of New York voters think Gov. Kathy Hochul has shown she’s a ‘more collaborative’ leader than her predecessor, disgraced ex-Gov. Andrew Cuomo.
The latest poll made by Siena College has shown that 62 percent of registered voters agree the new governor has a more collaborative approach to government leadership compared to Cuomo, whereas 18 percent oppose the idea.
The same poll has shown that 74 percent of voters agree it is exciting to have New York’s first woman governor, including 84 percent of Democrats and 59 percent of Republicans.
The poll also revealed that 44 percent of voters believe Hochul has done an excellent, or good job in her first few weeks, compared to 37 percent who say she has done a fair, or poor job — and 18 percent either don’t know or have no opinion.
Moreover, the poll also showed that Hochul is viewed favorably by 42 percent of voters and unfavorably by 17 percent, 41 percent either don’t know her or don’t know enough about her to have an opinion.
To get the poll data, 700 voters were surveyed between Sept. 7th to the 12th, with a plus/minus 4.2 percentage point margin of error.