The Democratic Congressional Campaign Committee on Thursday seized on the Siena College poll released this week that found President Donald Trump’s favorable and job approval ratings falling in upstate New York.

DCCC is attempting to mount competitive challenges in key congressional races outside of New York City, including the districts held by Reps. John Katko, Claudia Tenney and John Faso.

The poll found Trump’s favorable rating upstate stands at only 36 percent and his job approval is only at 26 percent among voters.

Republican voters, meanwhile, hold a low opinion Congress, with half saying it’s doing a “poor” job.

“These poll numbers spell serious trouble for upstate House Republicans,” said DCCC Spokesman Evan Lukaske. “Majorities of Upstate New York voters clearly despise President Trump, House Republicans and their collective effort to pass a health care bill that would have increased premiums and kicked people off their health insurance. Democrats clearly have the wind at their backs as we head into 2018.”

To be sure, Trump’s poll slide won’t necessarily impact upstate congressional races. Trump isn’t back on the ballot until 2020 and the contours of the midterm elections held more than a year from now could turn on other issues beyond those facing the president right now.