NYS Registered Voters
Would you rate the job the New York State Senate in Albany is doing as excellent, good, fair, or poor?
Excellent Good Fair Poor Unsure-Never Heard
Row % Row % Row % Row % Row %
NYS Registered Voters 1% 17% 34% 43% 5%
Party Registration Democrat 2% 20% 30% 43% 6%
Republican 2% 15% 38% 41% 4%
Non-enrolled <1% 16% 37% 44% 4%
Tea Party Supporters 1% 17% 34% 45% 3%
Political Ideology Liberal 2% 16% 34% 44% 4%
Moderate 1% 16% 37% 43% 4%
Conservative 1% 18% 29% 46% 6%
Region New York City 2% 20% 35% 38% 5%
Suburbs 1% 18% 35% 42% 4%
Upstate 1% 14% 33% 47% 5%
Income Less $50,000 <1% 22% 33% 37% 7%
$50,000 to just under $100,000 <1% 17% 34% 46% 2%
$100,000 or more 3% 14% 36% 43% 3%
Income Less than $50,000 <1% 22% 33% 37% 7%
$50,000 or more 2% 16% 35% 45% 3%
Education Not college graduate 3% 21% 37% 35% 5%
College graduate <1% 13% 31% 51% 5%
Age Under 45 2% 22% 32% 38% 6%
45 or older 1% 14% 35% 46% 4%
Age 18 to 29 2% 28% 34% 29% 7%
30 to 44 2% 19% 31% 43% 5%
45 to 59 1% 15% 40% 42% 2%
60 or older 1% 14% 30% 49% 6%
Generation Millennials (18-30) 2% 25% 34% 31% 8%
Gen X (31-46) 2% 20% 32% 42% 4%
Baby Boomers (47-65) 1% 13% 36% 48% 2%
Silent-Greatest (Over 65) <1% 16% 31% 43% 9%
Race White 1% 14% 33% 47% 5%
Non White 3% 28% 34% 29% 6%
Gender Men 1% 15% 28% 52% 4%
Women 1% 19% 39% 35% 6%
Households with children under 18 Household with children 3% 18% 35% 39% 5%
No children in household <1% 15% 33% 47% 5%
Union Member in Household 1% 11% 39% 46% 2%
Interview Type Landline 1% 15% 32% 46% 6%
Cell Phone 1% 23% 39% 35% 2%
NY1/YNN-Marist Poll NYS Registered Voters: Interviews conducted January 24th through 26th, 2011, N=751 MOE +/- 4%. Totals may not add to 100 due to rounding.