Voters Very Undecided on AG Race
September 2nd, 2010

The new Quinnipiac Poll shows what the last one did–voters mostly have no idea which Democrat they will vote for in the Sept. 14 primary. The last poll showed 81 percent of Democratic voters undecided, the latest poll puts the number at 77.

Only 4 percent of voters say they plan to vote for Nassau County DA Kathleen Rice, 3 percent for Sen. Eric Schneiderman, 1 percent for Assemblymember Richard Brodsky and 1 percent for Sean Coffey. Meanwhile 2 percent say they won’t vote and 5 percent refused to answer.

The poll goes a long way to showing why the candidates are still desperatly trying to differentiate themselves from one another.

Sen. Eric Schneiderman picked up more endorsements today and it seems that he is hell-bent on winning the race on votes from the city and minorities.

By on September 2, 2010, 2:07 pm
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3 Responses to “Voters Very Undecided on AG Race”

  1. Dave D Says:
    September 2nd, 2010 at 3:10 pm

    Schneiderman is going to lose. Kathleen Rice has led in every poll done so far. Last time, Cuomo led in every poll. That means Kathleen has a real advantage and will win the primary and the general.

  2. Joseph Mercurio Says:
    September 2nd, 2010 at 4:03 pm

    It is not that voters are undecided in the AG race; it is that the vast majority of them have no clue that there is a primary for AG going on.

  3. anne rice Says:
    March 3rd, 2011 at 11:36 am

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