Governor Andrew Cuomo is getting a boost in his approval rating, according to the latest Siena College poll.
The survey shows 54 percent of New Yorkers questioned think the governor is doing a good or excellent job.
That's up from 44 percent from a November poll.
Sixty-six percent also had a favorable view of the governor.
The poll also found the governor has a 48 percent lead over his two potential Republican candidates.
Westchester County Executive Rob Astorino and Donald Trump are both reported to be considering runs.
The telephone poll of registered voters was conducted January 12th through 16th and has a margin of error of 3.4 percentage points.