Gov. Andrew Cuomo’s bid for re-election appears to be on track more than a year out, but the ultra-early gauge of whether there’s support for a 2020 presidential bid is not so hot.

That’s according to a poll released on Thursday by Marist College and NBC 4, which found Cuomo’s job approval stands at 43 percent — the highest result in the college’s poll since 2014.

At the same time, Cuomo would trounce potential Republican candidates for governor, including Donald Trump, Jr., Westchester County Executive Rob Astorino, businessman Harry Wilson and Carl Paladino, the party’s 2010 nominee.

In all cases, none of those Republicans poll higher than 30 percent. Trump, meanwhile, has signaled he is not planning a run for governor.

While the governor’s re-election may look good at the moment, the prospects for a 2020 campaign for governor are not widely supported among New York voters, the poll found.

A majority — 51 percent — do not want him to run for president in 2020, while 38 percent would like to see him launch a national campaign. A majority of identified Democrats, 51 percent, want Cuomo to run.

A plurality of voters, 45 percent, also say U.S. Sen. Kirsten Gillibrand should not run for president, either.

The poll of 839 voters was conducted from June 6 through June 10. It has a margin of error of 3.4 percentage points.