In a Quinnipiac poll released Thursday, voters gave New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo (D) a split 45-46 percent approval rating, down almost 30 points since his nearly-peak approval at the height of the pandemic in New York last year. Even though his overall approval has plummeted, voters don't necessarily think he should resign. Cuomo has faced some calls to step down after three women accused him of sexual harassment. Quinnipiac found that 40 percent of New York voters believe he should resign, while 55 percent say he should not. Just 21 percent of Democrats say Cuomo should step down, and 74 percent say he should stay. However, 59 percent of all voters said he should not run for re-election in 2022.

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