As Gov. Andrew Cuomo himself predicted, New York’s rapid action on gun control has taken a toll on the popular governor’s public approval rating.

A new Q poll found Cuomo’s all-time high of 74-13 percent job approval rating last month has dropped to a “still-solid” 59-28 percent.

The governor’s numbers are down across the board, but the drop was most significant among New York’s Republican voters.

Voters in non-gun homes approve of Cuomo 68-19 percent, while voters in households with a gun disapprove, 50-40.

Republican approval, which stood at 68-18 in a Q poll survey released Dec. 12 – just two days before the Newtown massacre – is now split 44-43.

Democratic support, 82-9 in December, is 74-14 today. Approval among independents has dropped from 70-12 to 54-32.

Women approve of Cuomo 64-23, down from 73-12. Men approve 54-33, down from 74-14.

Thirty-four percent of all voters – including 59 percent of Republicans – believe the SAFE Act, as the gun control law Cuomo pushed through the Legislature is formally known, went “too far” in restricting gun owners rights.

“”With approval ratings that consistently topped 70 percent, New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo had the political capital to spend when he set out to pass the toughest gun control laws in the nation,” said Q pollster Mickey Carroll.

“It is possible that the gun law cost him some of that political capital, but a 2-1 job approval rating still makes him the envy of most governors.”

“Is Gov. Cuomo’s honeymoon with Republicans over, or is this just a spat that can be patched up in the months ahead?”

“Cuomo lost some Republican support after the 2011 same-sex marriage bill, but he got it back.”

Cuomo can take some solace in the fact that he is not alone in seeing his Q poll numbers drop.

Voters approve 57-39 percent of the job President Barack Obama is doing, down from 62-35 percent in December.

Sen. Charles Schumer gets a 60-30 percent job score, down from 63-23 percent.

Sen. Kirsten Gillibrand is now at 57-21, down from 61-18 percent last month – her highest Q poll approval rating ever.