A Siena College poll released last week finds that just 22 percent of New Yorkers think the recently enacted state budget is either “excellent” or “good” for the people of the state. However, it also shows strong support for the high-profile issues addressed in the budget, including $2.5 billion for clean water infrastructure; an additional $1.1 billion in aid to local school districts; allowing ride sharing services to throughout the state; and making SUNY/CUNY tuition free for families making less than $125,000.

The poll shows Gov. Cuomo with a 54-37 percent favorability rating and a 47-51 percent job performance rating. 51 percent of those polled say that they prepared to re-elect him, compared to 39 percent who prefer ‘someone else.’

Read the poll cross-tabs here.