Poll Shows Democrat Voters Still Favor Cuomo Despite Sexual Harassment

New York’s Attorney General released a report that concluded Governor Andrew Cuomo had sexually harassed at least 11 women from 2013-2020. 

Despite this fact, polls show that Cuomo is still a favoured candidate among Democrats. The majority of Democrat voters seem to simply not care about the assault. 

The Daily caller wrote, Slingshot Strategies, a left-wing data analysis firm, found that 26% of likely Democratic primary voters would support Cuomo if the Democratic Party held its primary immediately, with no other potential candidate garnering more than 9%. Slingshot polled 600 likely Democratic primary voters on Aug. 6-7, three days after state Attorney General Letitia James announced that her office found that Cuomo sexually harassed 11 women, including former employees and a state trooper on his protection detail. The poll had a margin of error of 4%.

Letitia James herself was was next in line under the nefarious current Governor. Cuomo May recognize the fact that he remains favoured.

If this happens, it may bolster his position in office, and prevent him from resigning – it could lead him to believe that he has a chance to remain in office. 

Cuomo claims that he’s never touched anyone in appropriately, despite numerous uncomfortable photos. 

A Quinnipac poll found that 55% of New Yorkers believe that Cuomo should be charged with a crime, and 63% believe that he should be removed from office. 

Despite his electoral support, the odds are not in Cuomo’s favor.

3 Comments

  • Michelle
    Posted August 11, 2021 10:29 am 0Likes

    That’s because the democrat voters are just as corrupt and creepy as he is!!

  • Nemo Nobody
    Posted August 10, 2021 3:47 pm 0Likes

    I wonder what the polls would have been if he was a Republican

  • Jose Aluizo
    Posted August 10, 2021 1:47 pm 0Likes

    True stupid Dummycrats, well I guess all women are liers. So men, go and harass all women. If they believe him on what he did so can you!

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