A Monday Morning Consult poll found 57 percent of voters approve of Cuomo's job performance, just a six-point drop compared to earlier this month.
A new poll revealed that most voters approved of the New York governor's performance in office.
Nursing homes owned by private equity are associated with lower staffing levels, more frequent citations for health and safety violations, and shortages of supplies like ventilators and PPE due to pressure to cut costs.
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Members of the New York State Democratic Committee introduced a resolution to censure Cuomo "for conduct unbecoming his office."
CNN's Chris Cuomo's lighthearted interviews with brother Andrew Cuomo in the early stages of the pandemic have received renewed scrutiny since further details have been revealed about the New York governor's response to the outbreaks in New York nursing homes.
Andrew Cuomo has urged residents to be extra vigilant as scientists rush to test existing vaccines against the variant.
New York Governor Andrew Cuomo is facing accusations of mishandling the state's COVID-19 data, specifically as it related to fatalities reported among residents of long-term care facilities.
The Republican congressman said New Yorkers "do not like this one-party control and I agree with them."
The embattled governor, played by Pete Davidson, was asked to apologize for his administration's handling of nursing home data in a sketch.
"So many people have been bullied, mistreated, or intimidated by him," one New York Democratic assemblywoman said of Governor Andrew Cuomo
The governor was "trying to become the national hero against Trump" and may have obstructed justice in protecting industry executives, says the New York assemblyman.
"The Governor has had ten years to work on the issues he tried to call New York City out on today and nothing gets solved by finger-pointing at press conferences," Democratic New York City mayoral candidate Maya Wiley said while criticizing New York Governor Andrew Cuomo on Friday.
"Statewide, the findings imply that COVID-positive new admissions between late March and early May, which numbered 6,327, were associated with several hundred and possibly more than 1,000 additional resident deaths," the report found.
State legislators from both parties have rallied against the governor, calling for his emergency powers to be stripped and a probe of his response to the pandemic.
In a statement, Ocasio-Cortez said, "I support our state's return to co-equal governance and stand with our local officials calling for a full investigation of the Cuomo administration's handling of nursing homes during COVID-19."
New York State Senate Deputy Leader Mike Gianaris was confident they'd have the votes they need to override Cuomo's veto, as well.
Cuomo's administration revealed in recent weeks that 15,000 care home residents had died, almost double the 8,500 previously disclosed. But he denied the state covered up deaths.
The eldest son of former President Donald Trump was mocked for tweeting about "Democrat Governor's incompetence" while defending Ted Cruz.
"I've had one five-minute conversation my entire life with Governor Cuomo," Dr. Michael Osterholm told PBS.
Chris Cuomo's tweet follows news his brother New York Governor Andrew Cuomo is under FBI investigation for allegedly failing to provide accurate nursing home death toll figures.
The New York governor used to regularly appear on his brother's CNN program to discuss COVID-19 developments, but that will no longer occur, due to a recent federal probe involving the governor.
Trump criticized Senate Minority Leader Mitch McConnell for being "soft" and urged him to hit prominent Democrats hard.
The proposed resolution would give the commission 60 days to gather facts and evidence about Cuomo's "handling and subsequent cover-up of the COVID-19 crisis in nursing homes."
"Governor Cuomo is responsible for the death of more than fifteen thousand New York seniors because of his decision to order nursing homes to accept COVID-positive patients," the petition says.
Governor Andrew Cuomo and Ben Stiller exchanged sarcastic jabs during the virtual Emmy Awards ceremony in November.
"There are many families like my constituents here, who deserve answers," Kim said in the video. "These are lives that every second counts for these people inside of this nursing home, so we're here demanding answers and we're not going to stop."
"This is a very ripe time and I think what both mine and Cynthia Nixon's campaigns showed is he's remarkably vulnerable for a sitting governor and now he has done this grotesque double failure of his constituents," Teachout told Newsweek.