New Yorkers apparently don't think too much of a native daughter who's running for the Democratic presidential nomination and a native son who's also mulling a White House pray.
Bill de Blasio is the least popular among New Yorkers of all the Democrats who have either launched presidential campaigns or are flirting with White House runs.
Only 24 percent of registered voters The Blasio was also unpopular among New York City voters, at 36 percent favorable and 48 percent unfavorable. And he was slightly underwater (36-38 percent favorable / unfavorable) among Democrats statewide.
The Blasio recently made campaign-style stops in the early primary and caucus voting states of New Hampshire, Iowa, and South Carolina, as he seriously is a presidential bid.
"For New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio, who has not yet decided to go, his statewide net favorability rating is at an all-time low since taking office in 201
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Sen. Kirsten Gillibrand – who formally declared her candidacy for president last weekend – so could not break even in the poll. She said at 29 percent favorable and 35 percent unfavorable among registered voters statewide. "" New Yorkers aren't cutting any slack to their own elected officials, "Snow said. “As Sen. Kirsten Gillibrand makes her presidential bid official, here not the favorite score is her worst ever. ”
Former Vice President Joe Biden – who's likely to launch a presidential campaign next month – had the strongest numbers among the declared or potential White House hopefuls. Biden stood at 62 percent favorable and 24 percent unfavorable.
Not too far behind Biden rose Sen. Bernie Sanders, who's making his second straight run for the Democratic presidential nomination. The independent senator from Vermont stood at 51-38 percent favorable / unfavorable
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The person they're all trying to oust from the White House, Republican President Trump, in way underwater among New York state voters, came to 28-68 percent.
The poll also indicated that freshman rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez of New York City – the progressive firebrand who keeps making national headlines – stood at 31 percent favorable and 38 percent unfavorable.
The Quinnipiac University Poll was conducted March 13-18, with 1,216 New York state voters questioned via telephone by live operators. The survey's sampling error is plus or minus 3.8 percentage points.