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Andrew Yang, said to be considering mayoral bid, tested in new online poll

1 month ago   |   By Politico

NEW YORK - Former presidential hopeful Andrew Yang, who advocated for a “universal basic income” during the Democratic primary, is now the subject of a poll that tests New York City voters' appetites for a third-party candidate in the upcoming mayoral race.
Yang was also among 11 people listed in a question assessing responders' top picks in the Democratic primary to succeed Mayor Bill de Blasio next June, according to an online survey targeting Manhattan residents through a Facebook ad and shared with POLITICO by someone who took it.
The poll did not indicate it was being conducted on...
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