New York City Mayor Eric Adams is enjoying an early honeymoon with the voters, who rate him more favorably than any other politician in the state.
That's the finding of a new Siena College poll released Tuesday, which put Adams at a +22 net favorability rating, far higher than any local, state or federal official or body in the survey.
Adams, a Democrat-turned-Republican-turned-Democrat-again, has net positive scores with every single political, geographic and demographic group in the statewide poll of registered voters -- including a +9 rating among Republicans and a +21 rating among those who identify as politically conservative.
In New York City, the mayor's favorability rating is a whopping +43, the poll found.
The statewide poll of 806 registered voters was conducted Jan. 9-13 and has a margin of error of 4.0 percentage points.