With less than 24 hours before polls open in New York City, things are still very fluid in the race for mayor, according to Quinnipiac University Polling Institute.
In a last-minute poll, former Comptroller Bill Thompson has cut into what was once a runoff-proof lead for Bill de Blasio in the Democratic primary for mayor.
Last week, de Blasio led with more than 40 percent support among Democrats — enough to keep him out of a runoff.
Now, however, de Blasio's support has dipped to 39 percent, with 25 percent of voters supporting Thompson.
"It looks as if Public Advocate Bill de Blasio couldn't hold that 43 percent in a week when he was in the spotlight and he got walloped by everybody. His support by black voters slipped just enough to make a runoff possible. But he's ever so close," said Maurice Carroll, of the Quinnipiac University Polling Institute.
Carroll said that more recent polling has tilted towards Thompson over Quinn, whose support has remained static. Once the front-runner, Quinn hasn't moved over the last week.
In the race for Comptroller, Quinnipiac finds Scott Stringer with a seven-point lead over Eliot Spitzer, though firm support in that race remains elusive. More than 10 percent of voters in that race say they could change their minds at the polls.
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