Posted at: 10/21/2013 12:21 PM
| Updated at: 10/21/2013 1:03 PM
By: WNYT News
ALBANY - The vast majority of people in New York think corruption in the State Legislature is a serious problem.
But nearly 3/4 of voters don't know much about the panel, Governor Cuomo has in place to investigate corruption.
That's according to the new Siena Research Institute poll, released Monday morning.
The panel was set up earlier this year.
It's tasked to 'ask' lawmakers tough questions about their practices.
New Yorkers may be unfamiliar with the Moreland Commission but 72% of those surveyed say the commission should continue to investigate public corruption.
The survey also shows 'growing support' for New York's casino expansion plan.
For more information on the poll findings click here.