Eric Adams leapfrogs Andrew Yang to lead NYC mayoral race, poll shows

Eric Adams now holds a significant lead in the New York City mayoral race, jumping six points ahead of rival Andrew Yang in the latest poll — as voters trust the retired police captain most to fight rising crime in the city.

The new NY1/ IPSOS poll, conducted in May and released Monday, has Adams topping the pack with 22 percent support from likely Democratic voters, followed by Andrew Yang at 16 percent, and former sanitation commissioner Kathryn Garcia at 15 percent.
That’s an impressive jump for the Brooklyn borough president, who trailed Yang by 9 percent in April’s poll.

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