Fifty five percent of registered voters rated Cuomo negatively — fair or poor — on the disclosure of nursing home fatality data.
Only 39 percent of respondents gave him a positive grade of good or excellent.
About two-thirds of suburbanites and six in 10 upstate residents gave Cuomo poor grades on nursing home reporting. New York City voters were split.
As for political affiliation, 84 percent of Republicans and two-thirds of independents/unaffiliated voters disapproved the governor’s handling of the nursing home death toll. Only fellow Democrats gave him a positive grade, with 54 percent supporting him on the reporting issue.