Gov. Andrew Cuomo has divided his time over the last 12 months between New York City, Albany and the metropolitan “area” around five boroughs, according to an analysis by the New York Public Interest Research Group.

The analysis by NYPIRG’s Bill Mahoney, which covers the period of July 12, 2013 through today, is based on Cuomo’s public schedules; some trips identified in more detailed schedules released on his Citizen Connects website do not appear on the initial schedules or updates.

Cuomo has spent 152 days over the last 12 months in New York City, where the governor has a Manhattan office.

His schedule has placed him in the non-specific “New York City area” on 103 occasions — a description that often implies either his home in Westchester County or weekend trips to Long Island.

Albany, the state’s capital city, came in third, with 93 days for Cuomo.

The governor has traveled to Nassau County 15 times in the last year. Erie County, in a region of the state he has aggressively courted during his first term, was the site of 14 gubernatorial visits.

Cuomo’s public schedule over the last year also put him out of state only twice: New Jersey and Washington, D.C.

The finally tally adds up to more than 365, since Cuomo has made appearances in multiple places, which each receive full credit as a single “day.”

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