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Lee Zeldin right out of Kathy Hochul, voters sick of Chuck Schumer: poll

President Biden's approval ratings drop further in blue-leaning New York . Republican Lee He found Zeldin to be right around the corner, according to a new poll. Democratic Governor Kathy Hochul.

The same survey shows that more voters would prefer someone else than re-electing Democratic incumbent Senate Majority Leader Chuck Schumer.

A survey of 600 potential voters conducted August 7-9 and commissioned by Republican businessman John Jordan and consultant Dick Morris found that Democrat Biden Only 44% approve of the president's achievements, and 52% disapprove of the president. heavy condition.

In the gubernatorial race, Hochul had his 48% support of voters and his 40% of Zeldin. That's about half the lead in the poll  that Siena released last week. Found Emerson College.

Schumer, a strong majority leader who was first elected statewide in 1998, will be re-elected this year. He will face off against Republican candidate Joe Pinion.

Lee Zeldin
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This survey — conducted by GOP pollster McLaughlin Associates, which also surveyed &Zeldin, shows that voters are fed up with Schumer. A poll found that 48% of voters viewed Schumer favorably and 48% disfavored him.

Only 42% of respondents said they would support Schumer's re-election, and 48% said they would choose someone else.

Yet Schumer, a Yonkers native most voters don't know, has conservative television pinions of his commentators, he leads 51% to 36%. 

“Democrats are underdogs in New York, according to polls . Shocked by Biden’s low approval ratings. I got it," said Dick Morris, a political consultant and adviser to former Presidents Donald Trump and Bill Clinton.

Gov. Kathy Hochul
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I am reconfirming. With a decent campaign, Zeldin can win," Morris said. 

In New York, where a rematch is possible, Biden leads Trump 52% to 40%, with Biden winning Empire State by 2020. Much narrower than his 23% did.

Sen. Chuck Schumer
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Morris worked with Jordan to commission a poll. , Republicans can "roll the map"—candidates who have a chance of defeating Democrats in blue-leaning states like New York. error.