On Tuesday, New Yorkers will be heading to the polls (or not) to vote for Governor, Attorney General, and a slew of other politicians. But according to an informal street poll conducted by the Daily News, most New Yorkers can't identify most of the candidates.

Of the 71 voters quizzed, most could identify Andrew Cuomo and Carl Paladino, as well as Senators Chuck Schumer and Kirsten Gillibrand. AG hopefuls Democrat Eric Schneiderman and Republican Dan Donovan were tougher, with just 17% identifying Donovan. About 21% couldn't identify Schneiderman, and 14% couldn't identify Schumer. Jen Arbach of Queens gave a good reason for her mistakes, saying, "I see the governor [candidates] everywhere on TV—the other guys, not quite as much." At least the ability to identify someone doesn't mean they'll be elected; if that were the case Jimmy McMillan would win by a landslide.