Analysis: Andrew Cuomo (still) isn't resigning

(CNN) Friday will mark a milestone for Andrew Cuomo: It will be six weeks to the day from when the majority of New York's Democratic congressional delegation, as well as both of its US senators, called on him to resign over multiple allegations of sexual harassment by former staffers.
Cuomo, as you may have noticed, is still the governor of New York.
And he has shown zero signs of leaving -- even as the focus of the political world has moved on from him as other events have grabbed the spotlight.
According to Google Trends , search interest in the terms "Andrew Cuomo resign" peaked the week of February 28-March 6 and has been generally on a decline ever since.
Early returns on this week's search interest suggest searches for "Andrew Cuomo resign" are much lower.
Reporters are still asking Cuomo about his future plans.
On Wednesday, he was asked whether he would resign if the ongoing investigation by New York Attorney General Letitia James concludes that he broke any laws.
"Let's see what the review says and we'll take it from there," Cuomo said , adding: "I'm not going to have any comment on a review that's underway beyond that."