In the latest polls released for New York’s Mayoral race, former Presidential front runner Hillary Clinton got a setback she didn’t expect. After a carer as the archetypal “New York Liberal”, Clinton was roundly rejected by potential voters, with just 23% wanting her to run.
As reported by the Daily Caller:
Fifty-eight percent of likely voters in the city don’t want Clinton to run again, compared to just 23 percent of voters who wanted the former presidential candidate to run. Nineteen percent of voters hadn’t yet made up their mind.
Current Mayor Bill de Blasio is set to run for reelection, but trails Republican challenger Paul Massey, Jr. in terms of fundraising. Massey raised $1.6 million in the race so far, compared to de Blasio’s $1 million.
Rasmussen surveyed 1,000 likely voters from March 2 through March 5. The poll included a margin of error of 3 percentage points in either direction.