Rep. Lee Zeldin (R-NY) holds a commanding lead in the New York Republican primary race for governor, a recent McLaughlin & Associates survey found.
The survey, taken among 600 likely Republican primary election voters in the Empire State, shows the gubernatorial hopeful leading his opponents by double digits — 21 percent.
Zeldin holds 38 percent support, followed by Andrew Giuliani and Rob Astorino, who are tied in a distant second with 17 percent support each. GOP challenger Harry Wilson comes in at 16 percent support, and 12 percent remain undecided. However, the percentage of undecided voters alone is not enough to offset Zeldin’s lead.
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