More New York State residents have favorable views of Donald Trump than Mayor de Blasio, a new poll found.
Statewide, 41% of New Yorkers say they have a favorable opinion of the President-elect, compared to 53% who have an unfavorable view, according to the Siena College poll released Monday.
De Blasio gets a lower rating favorability rating, at 35%. Another 45% said they have an unfavorable opinion.
But in the city, residents are overwhelmingly negative toward Trump — with 60% viewing him unfavorably, compared to 34% who see him favorably. De Blasio gets a 45% to 48% rating within the five boroughs.
Gov. Cuomo is more popular than both — with a 56% favorability rating statewide, and 68% in the city — but state voters don’t think he should run for President in four years.