Two Siena College polls that surveyed Congressional races in the North Country and Hudson Valley found voters do not give Gov. Andrew Cuomo high marks.

In the 21st congressional district — a race that the poll found Republican Elise Stefanik leading Democrat Aaron Woolf and Green Party candidate Matt Funiciello — 51 percent of voters polled have an unfavorable view of the governro.

In the 19th district — where GOP Rep. Chris Gibson leads Democratic candidate Sean Eldridge — 60 percent of voters view Cuomo unfavorably, the TWC News-Siena poll found.

In head-to-head matchups with Republican candidate Rob Astorino, Cuomo still wins, but the lead is tenuous.

Cuomo leads Astorino by nine percentage points in the North Country district, while he has a 3 percentage-point lead in the NY-19.

Granted, Astorino still has some work to do: His favorable rating in both districts is upside down and a plurality of voters have not heard of him to form an opinion.

In both districts, Green Party candidate for governor Howie Hawkins receives 12 percent of the vote.

The poll comes after Cuomo faced a surprisingly strong challenge from the little-known Fordham Law School professor Zephyr Teachout in a Democratic primary on Tuesday.

Teachout, who receive 34 percent of the vote ultimately, won upstate counties in the Capital Region, Hudson and Mohawk valleys and the North Country.