Right before New Yorkers were initially supposed to go to the polls for their presidential primaries, President Donald Trump and presumptive Democratic nominee Joe Biden respectively received a backslide and boost among voters statewide, according to a Siena College poll released Monday.

The poll found that Trump has a 31 percent favorability rating statewide, down 4 points since March. His unfavorability rating went up 7 points in the same period of time. Among upstate voters, Trump’s favorability rating also went down 10 points and his unfavorability rating went up 12 points.

Former Vice President Joe Biden has a 60 percent favorability rating statewide, up 9 points in the last month. While his favorability rating in upstate went up 7 points, his unfavorability there remained pretty steady.

For the first time, a plurality of New Yorkers don’t believe President Trump will be re-elected in November, but by a small margin. The poll found that 48 percent of voters statewide predict the president will be defeated, which is up 19 points from late February. In contrast, a slim plurality of voters upstate still predict Trump will win a second term.

Both Trump and Biden remain largely strong among their respective bases. According to the poll, Trump is supported by 75 percent of Republican voters and Biden by 88 percent of Democrats. Biden leads with independents and 10 percent of voters are undecided right now.

New York was originally poised to have its presidential primary on Tuesday, April 28. It has been moved to Tuesday, June 23, along with other primary contests due to the COVID-19 pandemic.

Biden’s main opponent, Vermont Senator Bernie Sanders, in March said he would stay in the Democratic race until at least the New York primary, but he dropped out. President Trump is unopposed for the Republican nomination.