Quinnipiac University poll
A new Quinnipiac University poll has bad news for lawmakers in Albany and Gov. Andrew Cuomo.
Former Secretary of State Hillary Rodham Clinton is losing some ground in the polls, but the numbers still look good for a potential 2016 presidential run despite the recent controversy over her emails.
Voters diapproved, 54 percent to 35 percent, of the way Cuomo is handling ethics in government, the poll found.
A Quinnipiac University poll says New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo’s approval rating has dropped to its lowest point amid an ongoing fight with teachers unions.
Patrolmen’s Benevolent Association President Patrick Lynch is speaking out after a new poll found only 18 percent of New Yorkers had a favorable opinion of the longtime union leader.
The NYCLU wants the evidence made public in the grand jury’s decision to not indict Officer Daniel Pantaleo and plans to fight for it in court on Friday.
Seventy-one percent of black voters said they approve of the mayor, but only 34 percent of whites gave him a thumbs-up.
Gov. Dannel P. Malloy and Republican challenger Tom Foley are competing for last-minute votes as new polling shows the Democratic incumbent leading slightly in the tight race.
The undecided voters will be key in deciding the race, said Douglas Schwartz, director of the Quinnipiac poll.
Connecticut’s race for governor remains tight and many voters appear to dislike both major party candidates, according to a new Quinnipiac University Poll.
Massachusetts Gov. Deval Patrick is crossing the border into Connecticut to campaign with Gov. Dannel P. Malloy.
In a stunning development in the New York state gubernatorial race, Republican Nassau County Executive Ed Mangano has rejected his party’s own nominee to back Democratic Gov. Andrew Cuomo.
The Quinnipiac University Poll released Wednesday gives the Greenwich businessman 46 percent to Malloy’s 40 percent.
Connecticut Gubernatorial Candidate Hopeful Tom Foley Calls For Fellow Republican McKinney To Drop Out
Schneidau reports Republican candidate Tom Foley is calling on fellow Republican John McKinney to drop out.
A poll shows support for medical marijuana is slightly down from February, but New Yorkers still overwhelmingly support the drug for medical use.