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U.S. Senator Cory Booker. Photo by Kevin Sanders for the New Jersey Globe

Quinnipiac: Cory Booker New York favorables at 31%-28%

Booker stronger in New York than Gillibrand

By David Wildstein, March 21 2019 8:56 am

New Jersey’s Cory Booker has a 31%-28% favorable rating in New York, according to a new statewide Quinnipiac University poll released this morning.

To put Booker’s favorables into some context: Gov. Andrew Cuomo is at 42%-45%, U.S. Senator Kirsten Gillibrand is at an upside-down 29%-35%, New York City mayor Bill de Blasio is upside-down at 24%-49%, and Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez upside-down at 31%-38%.

“New Yorkers aren’t cutting any slack to their own elected officials looking to replace him,” said Mary Snow, a poling analyst for the Quinnipiac University poll.  “As Sen. Kirsten Gillibrand makes her presidential bid official, her net favorability score is her worst ever.”

Former Vice President Joe Biden has favorable of 62%-24% and U.S. Senator Bernie Sanders is at 51%-38%.

Other Democratic presidential candidates: former Rep, Beto O’Rourke (21%-22%); U.S. Senators Kamala Harris (21%-22%), Elizabeth Warren (31%-38%), and Amy Klobuchar (13%-16%).

Among Democrats, Booker favorables are at 50%-11%.

Democratic favorables for the rest: Biden (82%-6%); Sanders (60%-20%); O’Rourke (32%11%); Harris (41%-10%); Warren (*47%-20%); Gillibrand (42%-20%); Klobuchar (22%-13%); Cuomo (59%-25%); de Blasio (36%-38%); and Ocasio-Cortez (47%-19%).

President Donald Trump has upside-down favorable of 28%-67%.  More than six out of ten New Yorkers (62%) say they will definitely not vote for Trump next year.

New York City carries Booker’s favorables: he is at 39%-23% in New York City, 28%-33% in the New York City suburbs, and 25%-29% upstate.

Quinnipiac University polled 1,215 New York State voters between March 13-18 and has a margin of error of +/- 3.8%.

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