NY Gov. Cuomo mum on supporting Hillary Clinton presidential bid

A PPP poll released last week showed that 61 percent of Democratic primary voters would most like to see Clinton as the party's candidate. Joe BidenJoe BidenReport: Biden on top of Clinton's short list for secretary of State Trump on sparring with Biden: 'He'd fall right over' For medical miracles, empower drug companies — don't vilify them MORE came in second, with 14 percent, and Cuomo third, with 5 percent.

Asked directly whom they would support if neither Clinton nor Biden ran, Cuomo led other Democrats with 21 percent of primary voters. Sen.-elect Elizabeth WarrenElizabeth WarrenEmbattled GOP senator fires back at Warren Brent Budowsky: An epic battle for the future of Congress President Obama’s antitrust enforcement MORE (D-Mass.) was the only other candidate to break double digits, with 16 percent.

Pressed further on whether Clinton's decision to run would earn his support — or affect his decision to hop into the race — Cuomo was evasive.

“Oh it’s a long way away. Whoever’s running ... are you running?” Cuomo said. “Is somebody else running? ... We have to assess all the candidates.”