Reporter’s notebook: No one’s winning the NYC mayor’s race. Yet.


The headlines from major print and TV outlets blared Monday morning that entrepreneur Andrew Yang had built a sizable “lead” among fellow Democrats in the latest primary polls for mayor, just nine weeks away from the election.

But can anyone seriously claim that a candidate is winning a race when more than a quarter of polled voters have said that they either don’t know who they’re voting for, or won’t disclose the candidate of their choice?