Spectrum News reports:
For the past few months, Andrew Yang has been treated as the frontrunner in the mayor’s race by both the media and his fellow candidates, despite the fact there had been few reliable polls in the race.
Now comes supporting evidence: our exclusive Spectrum News NY1/Ipsos poll, released Monday, shows Yang firmly in the lead.
In one of the most extensive polls yet on the race, Yang captured the support of 22% of likely Democratic voters. Brooklyn Borough President Eric Adams sits nine points back in second place, at 13%.
Read the full article. OK, but the undecideds.
Andrew Yang: 22%
Eric Adams: 13%
Scott Stringer: 11%
Maya Wiley: 7%
Via exclusive Spectrum News @NY1/Ipsos poll of likely Democratic voters https://t.co/f9d32oq3C4
— Emily Ngo (@emilyngo) April 19, 2021