New Poll Suggests Majority Of New Yorkers Say Gov. Cuomo Should Resign

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Cuomo's job performance ratings reached all-time highs last summer but have dropped precipitously in recent weeks.

released Friday by the firm Data for Progress—polling only 484 likely voters—suggests Gov. Andrew Cuomo faces plummeting support among New Yorkers, with a majority saying he should resign amid twin scandals and facing increasing scrutiny.... [+]When asked for their opinion on Cuomo's potential resignation, 59% of all respondents said the governor should resign immediately, according to the poll released Friday.

When asked if they would re-elect Cuomo, just 18% of Democrats answered affirmatively, as 57% said it is"time for someone new." Cuomo, 63, coasted to re-election for his third term in November of 2018, receiving 59.6% of the vote. And, in the midst of the coronavirus pandemic, New Yorkers lauded the governor for his handling of the crisis. In June, Cuomo registered a

 

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That’s a lie

Good. They’re right. CuomoResign

He should resign already except he can prove the multiple sexual allegations against him... It's disgraceful already, 8 more women just came forward accusing him of sexual misconduct...

Majority or not Gov. Cuomo is not about to resign.

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