By Vincent Barone
New Yorkers overwhelmingly dissaprove of Gov. Andrew Cuomo’s handling of the MTA, according to a new poll from Quinnipiac University, and they gave the marks to prove it.
Nearly a quarter of New York City voters — 23 percent — gave Cuomo an “F” letter grade, while 28 percent gave him a “C.” Twenty-seven percent gave Cuomo a “B.”
“Subway riders are miserable — and they’re going to make Gov. Cuomo miserable too until he solves this problem,” said Nick Sifuentes, deputy director of the Riders Alliance.
The poor marks come as Cuomo’s statewide approval rating hits a near record low, according to Quinnipiac, which surveyed 1,137 New York voters. Less than half of New York State voters polled — 46 percent — approve of the way Cuomo is handling his job as governor.
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Source: amNEWYORK (via The Empire Report)