A new Siena College poll shows 77 percent of New Yorkers have a “favorable” impression of Governor Andrew Cuomo and most voters support key elements of his 2012 agenda. The poll also showed strong support for President Barack Obama and Senator Kirsten Gillibrand. Siena also polled voters on the Republican presidential candidates. Though all of the potential GOP nominees scored far lower numbers than President Obama in the poll, New Yorkers clearly have an especially strong distaste for Newt Gingrich. Continue reading “New Poll Shows New Yorkers Support Governor Cuomo And Dislike Newt Gingrich”
New Gingrich watched “Bridesmaids” to prep for tonight’s Republican debate.
Mayor Bloomberg said something sort of nice about Occupy Wall Street.
Former Congressman Guy Molinari said something not-so-nice about Chuck Schumer.
State Senator Ruben Diaz is still mad about same sex marriage. Continue reading “Roundup: Gingrich’s Chick Flick; Bloomberg Changes His Tune”
Governor Cuomo gives himself high marks.
Tomorrow’s top races.
Tom Allon is the first of the 2013 Mayoral candidates to hit the airwaves.
New York State Comptroller Thomas DiNapoli issued a report saying revenues from all governmental fund tax collections for the past six months were $391.9 million short of projections. According to Mr. DiNapoli, the data showed a “continued need for caution this year and next” and the lagging tax revenues could have a big impact on Albany budget talks.
A new report from New York State comptroller Thomas DiNapoli says 10,000 Wall Street workers will lose their jobs by the end of next year due to lower earnings in the second half of 2011. Mr. DiNapoli said the bad times ahead on Wall Street will have major consequences for the entire Empire State. Continue reading “Is Wall Street Set to Lose 10,000 Jobs?”