The Siena poll out today reports that David Paterson's favorable/unfavorable is now at 40-47. And it's been all downhill since the peak he hit at Thanksgiving of last year (chart above).
The poll also asked people about a hypothetical primary between Paterson and Andrew Cuomo. According to the poll, Paterson would go down hard in the matchup, 53-27 -- which lines up with the result a Q Poll got last week.
Update Wednesday morning! Check out Sebastien's interpretation of the graph after the jump!
After we posted this graph on Tuesday afternoon, Sebastien sent along an email: "Now is it just me or your graph looks vaguely familiar?" This image was attached:
It all makes sense now.
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