Governor Andrew Cuomo isn’t directly involved in the scandals that took down two of the so-called “three men in a room” who decide what gets done in Albany, but the last man standing is still taking some of the heat. According to a new Wall Street Journal–NBC 4 New York-Marist poll, only 37 percent of New York voters think Cuomo is doing a good or excellent job, down from 44 percent in October. That’s a new low for the governor, and it looks like the recent scandals are partly to blame. Forty-three percent of those polled said Albany has become more corrupt in recent years, and only 40 percent think Cuomo is making improvements. The poll was conducted a week ago, so it does not take into account the possibility that Cuomo wowed every woman in New York State with his swift action on nail salons.