Siena Poll Finds State Residents Split Over Question of Cuomo Resigning
A new Siena College poll finds that 50% of poll respondents think that Governor Andrew Cuomo should not immediately resign, while 35% say he should. On the subject of sexual harassment allegations from 7 women, 35% of the voters believe that Cuomo is guilty while 24% say he isn't and most respondents were unsure.
The survey also found that 48% of voters say Cuomo will be able to continue performing his duties as governor while the investigation is ongoing with 34% believing he can't.
When it comes to the COVID-19 Relief Bill, 74% approve of it. The poll was taken between March 8 and the 12th.
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