Mayor Bloomberg's approval rating has dropped to its lowest point in three years - a 9% nose dive that shows New Yorkers are angry with his change in term limits and plan to raise taxes on homeowners.
A Marist poll out Friday showed 59% of voters think he is doing an excellent or good job, down from 68% a month ago.
It's the first time his popularity has fallen below 60% since August 2005.
But perhaps more damaging for the billionaire-turned-politician is that his lead over rivals for next year's mayoral race is thin.
Mayor Michael Bloomberg's approval rating drops to 3-year low after term limits, tax hike