It looks like it might be the end of the road for New York's current governor David Paterson. Having come to office in the light of the Eliot Spitzer fiasco, Paterson may be the second consecutive governor to resign in office.
After the scandal revolving around his former aide beating his girlfriend it appears that almost all of the remaining support for the governor has quickly dissipated.
A new Quinnipiac poll shows that an astonishing 42% of all New Yorkers believe that Paterson should resign before his term ends next January.
And his approval rating isn't so great either:
Voters disapprove 61 - 21 percent of the job Gov. Paterson is doing.
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