A WABC-TV poll has John Liu and Melinda Katz in a statistical dead heat for comptroller, and Mark Green easily winning the public advocate’s race without a run-off.
(The city Campaign Finance Board is making no such assumption.)
The WABC-TV poll surveyed 2,200 city adults, with 1,914 of them being registered voters, 603 of them determined to be likely voters in the upcoming Democratic primary.
The poll had a margin of error of 4.1 percent.
Liu lead the comptroller race with 23 percent, followed by Katz with 22 percent. David Yassky had 15 percent, followed by David Weprin, who had 12. There were also 28 percent of people undecided about whom to vote for.
In the public advocate race, Green led with 47 percent , followed by Bill de Blasio, who had 15. Norman Siegel had 12, Eric Gioia had 8 percent and 17 percent of people were undecided.