A new Siena Research Institute poll out Monday finds that Governor Andrew Cuomo's favorability rating is down.
The poll found that 45 percent of New Yorkers think he's doing a good job -- down from 58 percent last month.
While it's unclear why his numbers are down, they come at the same time as the corruption trial of former aide Joe Percoco.
The poll also shows that Cuomo's priorities for this including early voting, and banning public money from sexual harassment settlements all remain favorable among voters.
The poll of 823 registered voters was conducted from February 5 to February 8. It has a margin of error of 3.9 percentage points.