Boston Mayoral Race Without Clear Frontrunner
With under five months until election day, the race for Mayor of Boston is wide open as a plurality of voters (36%) are still undecided on who they plan to support. Boston City Councilor At-Large Michelle Wu has 16% of the vote, acting Mayor Kim Janey is at 15%, Boston City Councilor At-Large Anissa Essaibi George is at 15% and District 4 Councilor Andrea Campbell is at 11%. Candidates with single-digit support include State Rep. Jon Santiago (4%), fmr. city economic development chief John Barros (3%), and Michael Bianchi (1%).
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- Voters split on reallocating funding from police departments to social services
- Majority of voters see systemic racism as a serious problem in Boston
- Fifteen percent report they will not receive a Covid-19 vaccine for any reason
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Source: Emerson Polling
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