Voting is on Thursday, September 13, 2018…
Attorney General Democratic Primary poll numbers are EXTREMELY close…
…The race for the Democratic nomination for Attorney General is wide open as Representative Sean Patrick Maloney has the support of 25 percent of likely Democrats, New York City Public Advocate Letitia James has the support of 24 percent of likely voters, Zephyr Teachout has the support of 18 percent, and Leecia Eve trails far behind with three percent support. Lieutenant Governor Kathy Hochul leads New York City Councilman Jumaane Williams 43-21 percent, up from 30-21 percent in July, although 35 percent remain undecided….
NY Governor Democratic nomination….
Andrew Cuomo has been campaigning like things are a closer….
“Cuomo has expanded his two-to-one lead in July and now seems poised to overwhelm Nixon in Thursday’s Democratic primary. With a lead of nearly 40 points among all likely voters, Cuomo has a lead of at least 20 points with every demographic group and leads by at least 30 points in every region of the state,” said Siena College pollster Steven Greenberg.
“While the Nixon campaign has talked about increased turnout among new, young and more progressive voters, it doesn’t appear that that will help her – even if an increase in turnout among those groups occurs. Cuomo has a lead of more than two-to-one, 59-28 percent, with voters under 35 years old and he has an even larger lead among self-described liberals, 65-24 percent,” Greenberg said. “There is also a sizable gender gap as Cuomo leads by 31 points with men and an even larger 48 points with women….