Gov. Andrew Cuomo's favorability rating among New Yorkers is at its lowest point since he became governor, but he is still favored by a two-to-one ratio, a Siena Research Institute poll shows.
Cuomo's favorability rating of 64 to 30 percent is down from 67-29 last month and 72-21 in December.
Meanwhile, voters support the state's new gun law by a 61-35 margin. Voters oppose repealing the law by a 56-40 margin.
Voters strongly support increasing the minimum wage, creating a system of public campaign financing for the state, enacting the governor's reproductive health act and decriminalizing the public possession of up to 15 grams of marijuana.