There's a new Siena poll (PDF) that covers NY State's budget gap: "When given a choice of five areas for the state to cut, 23 percent chose aid to local government, 18 percent transportation/infrastructure, seven percent education, six percent health care and the winner was 44 percent for ‘something else,'" which Politicker NY points out "those top-two vote-getters for spending cuts: they run counter to the governor and mayor’s priorities." But hey, the poll's respondents prefer spending cuts to raising taxes, so it's sort of all the same, right?