Yesterday we learned that David Paterson’s job-approval rating was at an abysmal 26 percent — that’s the lowest ever for a New York governor since the polling agency, Marist, has been asking voters the question. His numbers weren’t always so bad: For most of last year they were hovering just over 50 percent. We’re almost at the Cuddle Guv’s first anniversary in office. So how did we get here? Check out our interactive chart after the jump.