Unshackle Upstate and our partners who represent taxpayers and employers were not the only ones who felt that the 2016 state legislative session fell short of what is needed.  A Siena Poll released last week shows that New York voters were not particularly impressed with the recently completed state legislative session, giving the Governor a “C” grade and the State Legislature a “C-“.

Nor were those polled impressed with the ethics reforms that were enacted at the end of the legislative session.  The poll found that 56% of respondents believe that the changes will not reduce corruption in state government.

In the race for president, the poll found that Democrat Hillary Clinton holds a wide lead over Donald Trump, 54% to 31%.

Read the poll crosstabs here.