Most New Yorkers Do Not Want Cuomo to Quit or Get Impeached, But They Also Do Not Want Him to Run Again
While most New Yorkers would prefer that Gov. Andrew Cuomo to remain in office and finish his term, rather than resigning or getting impeached, at the same time, they also would prefer that the governor not run for office again in November 2022.
Only 23% of New Yorkers who responded to the latest Siena Poll want the governor to resign immediately and 39% of respondents said the beleaguered governor should serve out his term, but not seek re-election, the Siena Poll determined from a survey of 809 registered voters who were questioned from June 22 to June 29.
Amidst the governor’s many allegations of harassment and his culpability in issuing an order that caused undue deaths in nursing homes during COVID,
Most New York voters do not believe that the state Assembly should impeach Gov. Andrew Cuomo, but 35% would support the effort to remove him from office.
Impeachment investigators met yesterday to continue to review evidence from the many allegations facing the governor, such as countless allegations of harassment, questions over how his administration counted COVID-19 nursing home deaths of residents, and whether he used government aides to help him write a book about the crisis last year.
(Photo by: Don Pollard/Office of Governor Andrew M. Cuomo)