A new Quinnipiac poll in New York City finds voters disapprove of Mayor Michael Bloomberg, 51% to 39%, his lowest score since 2003.
Said pollster Maurice Carroll: "Is it the snow, the third-term blahs, the weekends away, the presidential chatter? Whatever the explanation, Mayor Michael Bloomberg's once-upon-a-time stretch of 70-plus job approval numbers has gone south. This is his first negative number since 2003."
More than half of the city disapprove of his performance as mayor.
More than half.
He continues to govern as if he has 75% approval ratings and won re-election by millions.
Wait until he finishes with the layoffs and additional budget and service cuts - his disapproval will rocket even higher.