New Poll Results, 2021 NYC Comptroller, Infrastructure

Original Article

The American Council of Engineering Companies of New York (ACEC New York) – the voice of the consulting engineering industry – released a poll among NYC Democrats, which found that nearly half of likely voters are undecided about their choice for City Comptroller, confused about how ranked choice voting will work, and concerned that the city isn’t doing more about infrastructure.

Conducted for the ACEC New York City PAC, the survey by the Honan Strategy Group, found that City Council Speaker Corey Johnson leads the race for Comptroller with 19% of the voters, about double Council Member Brad Lander (10%), media commentator Michele Caruso-Cabrera (9%) and State Senator Brian Benjamin (8%), who are all statistically tied, but 47% haven’t settled on a choice yet.

Sixty seven percent had no second choice for Comptroller, but of those that did, 16% mentioned Johnson, 10% mentioned Lander, with the others in low single digits or 0%.