NEW YORK - Some bad news for Governor Andrew Cuomo and Senator Charles Schumer.

A new Siena College poll gives them their lowest ratings ever.

Senator Kirsten Gillibrand also took a slight dip.

According to the survey, Cuomo's favorability rating with New York State registered voters dropped to 43 percent from 51 percent last month.

His job performance rating also fell eight points to 35 percent.

Senator Schumer's favorability rating fell to 47 percent from 53 percent last month.

The poll suggests his role as Senate Minority Leader has taken a toll on Schumer's popularity.

His favorability stood at 67 percent before he assumed his current role in January 2017.

Senator Gillibrand's favorability dropped four percentage points from last month to 44 percent.

Gillibrand announced her White House bid on January 15.

The Siena College poll was conducted between February 4th and 7th.

It has a margin of error of plus or minus 4.3 percentage points.