New Poll: Andrew Yang Leads NYC Mayoral Race

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After a tough week, top Democratic mayoral hopeful Andrew Yang got a bit of good news from a poll commissioned by a rival political group that shows him well ahead of the pack with the primary just two months away.

The survey from Data for Progress predates the tech entrepreneur’s string of recent gaffes over sexual harassment and vendor permits — and new blistering attacks from Democratic primary rivals seeking to slow his momentum.

The poll, conducted between March 21 and April 5, found that 26 percent of likely primary voters would back Yang. That’s twice the 13 percent netted by Brooklyn Borough President Eric Adams, who placed second.

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