By a margin of 60 percent to 30 percent, voters told the poll they believe the governor is an ethical person. It’s a sign the investigations, for now, are yet to take their toll on Cuomo.
Clearly people are not paying attention.
In fact, most don't know who Preet Bharara is:
Bharara, an appointed prosecutor who has netted high-profile convictions, including those of the two former legislative leaders in the Assembly and Senate, Sheldon Silver and Dean Skelos.
Despite Bharara’s successes, most voters, 69 percent, either do not know him or have an opinion when asked about their views of him.
No wonder this state is in the mess it's in.
Nobody knows what the fuck is really going on.
In other Siena news, Cuomo's approval remains in the toilet, with 42% approving of the job he is doing 58% disapproving.
But it's on ethics where Cuomo really wins, unbelievable as that may seem.
Perhaps indictments will manage to remove the word "ethical" from Cuomo's name in the public's mind.
Although given how clueless most people appear to be, at least judging by the Siena poll, even that is not a given.