A new poll finds that, for the first time, Hillary Clinton is viewed negatively by a slim majority of New Yorkers.
The Siena College poll finds that 51% of New Yorkers view the front runner Democratic Presidential candidate negatively, with 46% still Hillary fans. Siena’s Steve Greenberg says that’s significant, in a state that the former First Lady adopted as her own with a home in Westchester, and represented in the Senate for 8 years.
“A net 21 point drop in her favorability rating over the last two months,” said Greenberg. “And it’s across the board”.