Brooklyn Mayor Eric Adams Top choice for multiple voters in New York City Mayor raceHowever, according to a new poll released hours before Tuesday’s primary, the former NYPD captain is not the second and third popular pick.
Survey from the Democratic Party Progress data As a result of the implementation between June 18th and 20th, 26% of voters candidates chose Adams as their first choice, followed by former city hall lawyer Maya Wiley (21%) and former hygiene director Kathringalcia (18%). , Andrew Yang (12%) followed. Accounting auditor Scott Stringer closed the top five with 5% support, but 6% of voters remain undecided.
Excluding undecided voters, each of the top three candidates will receive a 2 percent point bump. Adams remains in second place with 28% and Wily with 23%, while Garcia reaches 20%. Yang remains in fourth place with 13%, but no other candidate breaks the double digits.
Opinion polls of 1,354 Democratic primary voters show that Garcia has a significant advantage in the second preference. This can play an important role in determining results with the new rank-selection voting system.
According to the survey, Garcia is the second candidate for 22% of voters, Wily gets 15% of the second priority vote, Adams gets 13%, and Jan and Stringer each get 11% of the second choice vote. Has won.
Voting for the third option could make Adams Camp even more vigilant, as top-line leaders are the third preference of only 9% of voters and the eighth of the top candidates.
Stringers come out on top of the third favorite poll at 16 percent. He is followed by Garcia and Wily at 14 percent each. Yang lags behind his third favorite, 13%, followed by former HUD Secretary Shaun Donovan (12%), former Citigroup executive Rey McGuire, and nonprofit executive Dianne Morales (10 each). %) Continues. However, the wildcard means that Morales, McGuire, Donovan, and Stringer can be eliminated before the third priority vote is counted.
Polls show African-American voters (44 percent of first choice compared to 21 percent of Wiley), Hispanic and Latin voters (31 percent to 21 percent of Wiley), and non-university voters It shows a big advantage for Adams with (33%) up to 16% for Wiley).
Wily’s campaign seems to have received most of the support from young voters. Polls show that she is the first preference for 37% of voters under the age of 45, more than double the other candidates (next 16% of votes for Garcia under the age of 45). is). Meanwhile, one-third of white voters cite Garcia as a leading candidate, followed by Wily (22%), Yang (12%) and Adams (11%).
Data for Progress also voted for the Democratic primary to take over Stringer as an accounting auditor. According to their survey, Brooklyn city councilman Brad Lander leads with 26% of his first preference, followed by city council member Corey Johnson with 18%, and other candidates fall below double digits. Is not … Johnson is the second choice for 30% of voters, followed by Lander (16%).
At the beginning of monday Ipsos announces poll for mayoral elections He showed Adams as the leader of the first-choice vote and defeated Yang in the seventh round of the ranked voting simulation. In that poll, 55% of respondents said “crime” was the most serious problem facing the city, and 39% said Adams was the best choice to tackle this problem.
Adams leads, Wily and Garcia fight for second place in last-minute polls
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