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NY: 2010 Gov (Siena 4/12-15)

Topics: New York , poll

Siena
4/12-15/10; 806 registered voters, 3.5% margin of error
Mode: Live telephone interviews
(Siena: release, crosstabs)

New York

2010 Governor: Republican Primary (trends)
29% Lazio, 15% Levy, 13% Paladino

2010 Senate: Republican Primary (trends)
60% Pataki*, 5% DioGuardi, 2% Blakeman, 2% Malpass
24% DioGuardi, 7% Blakeman, 5% Malpass

2010 Governor: General Election (trends)
61% Cuomo, 24% Lazio (chart)
58% Cuomo, 23% Levy
64% Cuomo, 19% Paladino

2010 Senate: General Election (trends)
47% Pataki*, 38% Gillibrand (chart)
46% Gillibrand, 26% Blakeman (chart)
46% Gillibrand, 27% DioGuardi
46% Gillibrand, 24% Malpass

*Note: George Pataki has announced that he will not run for Senate

Favorable / Unfavorable
David Paterson: 25 / 65 (chart)
Andrew Cuomo: 66 / 18
Rick Lazio: 29 / 25
Kirsten Gillibrand: 34 / 25 (chart)
George Pataki: 62 / 29
Barack Obama: 59 / 35 (chart)
Joe DioGuardi: 10 / 8
Bruce Blakeman: 6 / 6
David Malpass: 5 / 5
Steve Levy: 21 / 16
Carl Paladino: 11 / 13
Eliot Spitzer: 33 / 59

Job Rating
Gov. Paterson: 17% Excellent/Good, 83% Fair/Poor (chart)

 

Comments
Farleftandproud:

Pataki is not running. Please take him off the list.

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CHRIS MERKEY:

A lot of people in New York don't seem to have an opinion about Kirsten. However, I saw her on Rachel Maddow show and she's a very attractive, very personable, likable. She is probably the most attractive senator. I think she would have won even if Pataki ran. She will now for sure.

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