NEW YORK - When it comes to opening up the city again, a new poll shows most New Yorkers prefer Governor Andrew Cuomo's judgment to that of President Donald Trump.
The Siena College survey found 78 percent of registered state voters say they trust Cuomo over Trump to determine when to open New York.
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Sixteen percent prefer to leave the decision to Trump.
Cuomo is also seeing record-high ratings in favorability and job performance.
His favorability is at 77 percent, up from 71 percent last month.
His job performance rating is at 71 percent, up from 63 percent last month.
An overwhelming majority of New Yorkers also back Cuomo's decision to extend the state's Pause order until May 15.
Eighty-seven percent of those surveyed agree it was the right call.
The Siena College poll was conducted between April 19th and 23rd.
It has a margin of error of 3.7 percentage points.