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This Week's 'New York NOW' Poll Question


Which candidate would you most likely vote for governor?

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Last Week's Results


What was the biggest Primary Day storyline?

Cuomo’s big win 3%

Tish James wins AG nod 3%

Former IDC members losing 94%

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What was the biggest Primary Day storyline?

 

Answer: Former IDC members losing."I think a big story is the raw #'s...roughly 3 of 4 eligible voters stayed away, again. We are not buying. It's time to make a big change to the product offerings." -Milo F., Voorheesville
 

Answer: Former IDC members losing."Whereas Tish James looked at one time to be a check on gubernatorial prerogatives, the real change potential comes from the demolition of the IDC." -John F., Halfmoon
 

Answer: Former IDC members losing. "Finally, we won't be held hostage to this runaway bunch of RINOs." -Ariella L., Rye Brook
 

Answer: Former IDC members losing. "It was a shock, but finally a shock for good." -Ariella L., Rye Brook
 

Answer: Tish James wins AG nod."Tish James victory in the primary is a sign that it’s no longer going to be business as usual. I look forward to watching her go after Trump. I have a feeling he won’t know what hit him!" -Sandy M., Rochester
 

Answer: Former IDC members losing. "IDC going down was going to happen. Jeff Klein was a surprise. Beware fake Democrats." -Jacob L., New York City
 

Answer: Former IDC members losing."The biggest Primary Day storyline was the IDC - six of eight former members ousted. The real surprise was the large turnout of woke and energized voters!" -Gary D., Brooklyn
 

Answer: Former IDC members losing. "Glad they're gone." -Paul B., Clifton Park
 

Answer: Former IDC members losing."Kicking Klein and Company to the curb was job number one. I will be a different Albany when all the progressives win in November." -Tony L., Saratoga


Disclaimer: This is not a scientific poll. It is not intended to be viewed as representative of general public opinion. Rather, results indicate the opinions of a self-selecting group of online respondents which may or may not be representative of more widespread public opinion.


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