An analysis from the New York Public Interest Research Group on Wednesday shows the bulk of Gov. Andrew Cuomo’s fundraising this election cycle has come from large-dollar donations.

Republican gubernatorial candidate Rob Astorino has received some big checks himself, but contributions to his campaign are spread out more evenly.

Cuomo on Tuesday reported having $35 million in cash on hand for his re-election campaign.

Astorino, the Westchester County executive, has $2.4 million in the bank.

NYPIRG’s analysis found 317 donors have contributed $40,000 or more to Cuomo’s campaign, approximately 49 percent of his overall fundraising.

Contributions of less than $1,000 — totaling some $369,879 — account for just 14 percent of Cuomo’s overall fundraising.

Cuomo continues to enjoy support from the state’s real-estate industry, including developer Leonard Litwin, whose holdings have given $1 million through limited liability corporations.

Cuomo’s has also received contributions from Republicans, including John Catsimatidis, a GOP candidate for mayor of New York City in 2013, who has given him a combined $89,165.

Astorino, meanwhile, received donations of $40,000 or more from just nine individual donors — accounting for 16 percent of his fundraising.

His major donor includes the RSA PAC/Neighborhood Preservation PAC, which has given him $82,000.

According to NYPIRG’s analysis, when transfers from committees and parties are taken out of the equation, the governor has raised $42.7 million from 5,035 donors. Astorino has $2.6 million from 2,174 donors.

NYPIRG July 2014 Gov Fundraising by Nick Reisman