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The majority of New Yorkers believe the government misused coronovirus to Andrew Houma in a nursing home – where thousands of residents have died as state officials cover up scorching heat, a new poll has found.
According to new results released by a Marist College poll on Tuesday, one percent of voters agree that Kyomo has done something unethical – but not illegal – in their operation of nursing homes during the COVID-19 epidemic.
Another 19 percent went a step further, thinking it had done something illegal, compared to 27 percent of voters.
Poll interviews conducted between 15 and 17 February come on the heels of a blatant report by The Post that the governor’s top aide Melissa DeRassa has sought data from the federal government for deaths in virus-bound nursing homes Accepted.
On February 10, during a closed-door meeting with top Democratic lawmakers, which was exclusively revealed by The Post, DeRosa confessed to state officials in a “collapse” when the US Department of Justice in 2020 Were investigating the policies of the Cuomo administration under then President Donald Trump. Long-term care facilities.
Cuomo has vigorously defended the actions of his state’s Department of Health, arguing that they may soon release information, he still supports his administration’s course of action.
But later reports suggested that The Post of Derasa’s comments have now been reported by the Eastern District of New York for a new, federal investigation.
Meanwhile, 54 percent of individuals surveyed showed how a Democrat is handling the epidemic in July with a starred 72 percent rating.
Maris’ findings show Cuomo’s job performance soured since the summer – as currently just 49 percent of residents showed him a thumbs-up, declining since achieving a 66 percent approval rating in July.
In particular, his positive outlook has also sunk among Democrats during the same time period, as 28 percent of individuals now reject their job performance, an increase from nine percent in July.
When asked if Cuomo is doing an excellent or good job in the office, 42 percent of New Yorkers agreed – a decrease from the 60 percent rating in July.
Marriott Poole director Drs. Lee. M. “Cuomo’s approval rating, which skyrocketed over the summer, has returned to its pre-pandemic level,” Moringoff said.
“Should Cuomo seek a fourth term, these results suggest it will be a challenge. He said, their current numbers are comparable to what they were when they last faced voters.”
Overall, 50 percent have a favorable view of third-term Democrats, a slightly downward tick from 54 percent of those questioned in 2018.
Twenty-six percent of individuals have unfavorable opinions of the governor, up to 40 percent in 2018.
New York governors are not sold even if they serve a fourth term – 36 percent of voters said they would re-elect them, compared to 39 of the respondents asked three years ago.
A total of 953 individuals were interviewed with an error of 3.8 plus or minute margin.