ALBANY -– The final Siena College poll out this morning shows Andrew Cuomo maintaining his strong lead over Carl P. Paladino, but races for attorney general and comptroller are now too close to call.
While Cuomo is leading Paladino by 25 points in the race’s final poll by Siena, Republican Harry Wilson has erased a 17-point deficit to now be tied at 44 percent apiece with Democrat Tom DiNapoli in the comptroller’s race.
The contest for state attorney general has also now become tied, with Republican Dan Donovan closing a seven-point gap he had in his race with Democrat Eric Schneiderman; they are both now tied at 44 percent, Siena says.
In the U.S. Senate contests, Democrat Charles Schumer has a 32 point lead over Republican Jay Townsend while Kirsten Gillibrand is leading Republican Joseph DioGuardi by 20 points.
For those of you wanting to mine further into the numbers, go to the crosstabs for the poll at Siena College’s site.