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While President Donald Trump remains highly unpopular in his home state, those same voters say three top state Democrats with presidential ambitions should stay home in 2020, according to a new Quinnipiac poll.

In a poll released Wednesday, Governor Andrew Cuomo, New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio and Sen. Kirsten Gillibrand are all underwater when it comes to whether their electorate wants them in the White House.

Meanwhile, only 30 percent of New Yorkers approve of their home state business mogul Trump's performance in the White House.

Fifty-eight percent of those polled say Gillibrand, a frequent Trump critic, she should not challenge him in his reelection bid.

De Blasio, who once traveled to Germany to protest the president, saw 78 percent of New Yorkers disapprove of any 2020 ambitions.

Governor Cuomo, who faces reelection to his Albany post this year, is comfortably ahead in that race, while at the same time 63 percent say he shouldn't seek to unseat Trump.

Cuomo is running for a third term, with Buffalo-area politician Joel Giambra, State Senator John DeFrancisco of Rochester and former Pataki administration official Joe Holland running against him.

More than 90 percent of New Yorkers told Quinnipiac they don't know any of the Republicans who are facing Cuomo for the governorship. His job approval rating in the city is 53 percent, and 40 percent upstate.

Like Cuomo, the poll found that Gillibrand is still popular in her current role, with 52 percent approving of her work in Congress.

Gillibrand faces reelection this year as well.

New York's other senator, Senate Minority Leader Charles Schumer, saw his approval rating in the state drop to 53 percent.

Schumer's numbers in that regard are at a 19-year-low, according to Quinnipiac poll official Tim Malloy.

The Quinnipiac survey has a margin of error of 3.9 percent.

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