Here's one reason why:
Most respondents — 69 percent — weren’t aware of the controversy about Cuomo’s shuttering of the so-called Moreland Commission, which he created to investigate corruption. The governor has been criticized for interference and a federal attorney has taken over the commission’s cases. Of those aware of the issue, just 29 percent believed the governor’s claim that the panel was an “overwhelming success.”
Asked if Moreland would impact their vote, 53 percent said it would have no effect, 32 percent said it would make them less likely to support Cuomo and 9 percent said more likely.
Can you imagine the level of intelligence enjoyed by the 29% who believed the governor's claim that the Moreland Commission was an "overwhelming success?"
Go back to watching Housewives of New Jersey, New York.
Your governor has it all under control.