Siena Research Institute Poll
Q: Looking at the November election for United States Senator from New York, if that election were held today and the candidates were Kirsten Gillibrand on the Democratic line and George Maragos on the Republican line, who would you vote for? (Order of candidates was rotated.)
Gillibrand 65% (-3 from Siena March poll)
Maragos 21% (+2)
Don't Know/No Opinion 14% (+1)
April 1-4; 808 Registered Voters; Margin of error +/-3.4%.
No numbers, but also:
Gillibrand Continues to Look Strong; Turner & Long in Race Do Not Change Dynamic
“With a two-to-one favorability rating and a majority prepared to re-elect her, Senator Kirsten Gillibrand continues to look strong seven months from her first re-election attempt. She currently leads by at least 40 points against Wendy Long, Nassau Comptroller George Maragos or Congressman Bob Turner,” Greenberg said. “While Turner is marginally better known than Long or Maragos and has a small lead among Republicans in a potential three-way primary, two-thirds of Republicans are so far undecided as to whom they will support.”
Edited to add: I found the crosstabs
, which include hypothetical matchups against Turner and Long and the primary numbers.
Don't Know/No Opinion 66%