Just 19 percent of New Yorkers say they have a positive view of his job performance. Seventy-eight percent have a negative view.
And only 14 percent would vote to elect him in 2010.
Right now, Paterson would lose to either Democrat Andrew Cuomo or Republican Rudy Giuliani.
The dismal numbers released Monday come as Paterson needs support to negotiate a difficult budget with lawmakers.
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