Voters approve the job Governor Cuomo is doing to address the coronavirus pandemic 61-34 percent, down slightly from 63-32 percent last month.
On specific aspects of his handling of the pandemic, Cuomo gets positive grades for communicating with New Yorkers (67-33 percent) and providing accurate information (61-36 percent). He gets mixed grades for managing the vaccine rollout (48-49 percent) and implementing the right plans for reopening New York. However, voters give Cuomo a negative grade, 39-55 percent, on making public all data about COVID deaths of nursing home patients, according to a new Siena College Poll of New York State voters released Tuesday. Click here to read the poll results.