Republican Harry Wilson in a radio interview Monday gamed out a potential run for governor next year as “fifty-fifty” saying he would make a decision by late November.

“I’m really kind of middle — 50-50,” he said told Fred Dicker on Talk-1300. “There are some days that I wake up and I absolutely want to go forward and other days I want to continue my life as it is.”

Wilson, an architect of the Obama administration’s auto industry bailout program, unsuccessfully ran for comptroller in 2010.

But he sees things potentially breaking his way next year, given Gov. Andrew Cuomo’s ongoing transit problems in New York City.

“I’ve always had the view that his support quite thin,” he said. “I think we’re seeing that right now with the problems that are brewing right now.”

Wilson says it is possible for a Republican to win statewide even if President Trump’s unpopularity in the state is a drag on GOP candidates. To avoid that, he plans to focus on issues facing New York, if he were to run.

“I do think there are lots of key states across the country with folks bucking the national tide because they focused on issues facing the state,” he said, adding, “If it looked like a suicide mission, I wouldn’t do a suicide mission.”