A Marist College poll this month showed both political leaders with underwater approval ratings. Hochul was elected to a full term by a startlingly narrow margin in 2022, and Adams is facing down potential challengers amid a corruption probe into his campaign.
“It’s foolish to write off either the mayor or the governor’s chances,” said Evan Stavisky, a Democratic political consultant. “That being said, they obviously are presiding at a time when Americans generally, and New Yorkers specifically, have a negative outlook on the economy and other issues.”
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