Recent Poll has Gov. Hochul Leading Zeldin by 14 Points


New York Gov. Kathy Hochul has a healthy lead over Republican challenger Lee Zeldin early in her bid for a full, four-year term, according to a pair of public opinion polls released Tuesday.

Hochul, a Buffalo Democrat, garnered support from 53% of likely voters polled last week by Siena College, a 14-point lead over Zeldin. A separate Emerson College effort showed the governor with a slightly larger lead – 51% to Zeldin’s 35%.

The two polls mark the first to be publicly released since Hochul and Zeldin, a Long Island congressman, cruised to victory in their respective parties’ June 28th primary elections, setting up a Nov. 8 clash between the two candidates.


  1. Hmmm. People that vote for Hochul heads of non profit becuase they receive benefits while everyone else has higher taxes, crime is soaring and Hochul has no problem with that. I would love for someone to explain why they will vote for her. ps if schools vote for her and refuse to teach LGBTQIA+ materials we should snitch on the school can have it both ways

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