A Sienna College Survey issued this morning shows Gov. Chris Christie beating New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo in New York in a hypothetical presidential head-to-head.
The same survey shows Christie losing the Empire State to former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton.
According to the poll, Christie leads Cuomo 47-42% among NY voters.
Clinton beats Christie 56-40% in New York, the poll finds.
Clinton gets the highest approval ratings of the three potential 2016 presidential candidates at 67, followed by Christie at 63 and Cuomo at 61%.
Sienna conducted the poll from Nov. 11-14 and surveyed 806 New York registered voters with a margin of error of + 3.5 percentage points.
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