With three days to go until the primary, a new Siena poll says Gov. Cuomo is pulling away.
According to the poll the governor has extended his lead over Cynthia Nixon to 41 points, 63 to 22%, up three points from July.
Upstate, the governor still holds a 32 point lead.
Cuomo has a big lead in most demographics, more than 2-1 in voters under 35, and an even larger lead among those who consider themselves liberals.
He leads by 31 points with men and 48 points with women.
Meanwhile, the race for Attorney General is still wide open.
25% favor Sean Patrick Maloney, 24% back Tish James, 18% for Zephyr Teachout, 30% still don't know.
The numbers are a little different upstate, 32% back Maloney, 25% for Teachout, just 10% for James, 3 in 10 upstate say they haven't decided.
You can read the entire poll by clicking here.
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