Poll: 81% of voters say more arrests of legislators for corruption are likely
Posted at: 04/22/2013 7:30 AM
A new Siena College poll was released Monday on how New Yorkers are reacting to corruption in the state legislature.
After the bribery and corruption scandal that broke at the beginning of this month involving New York lawmakers, eight out of 10 New Yorkers believe that more state legislators could be arrested for dirty politics and about one out of three New Yorkers believe that their district representative could be guilty of corruption.
Governor Andrew Cuomo has harshly condemned those accused in the scandal. According to the poll, his favorability numbers continue to drop.