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Today's Lead: De Blasio Leads In Poll

by Chester Soria, Nov 04, 2013
 

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A poll out this weekend found that nearly two-thirds of likely voters say they will back Democrat Bill de Blasio for mayor, meaning a possible rout of his Republican rival. De Blasio also appears to be winning across demographics, according to the Wall Street Journal-NBC 4 New York-Marist poll. Election Day is on Tuesday. Polls open from 6 a.m. to 9 p.m.

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