We hit the streets yesterday and polled New Yorkers about whether they would still vote for Anthony Weiner after the congressman’s now infamous gray-boxers shot. Guess what? Most New Yorkers don’t really care (sigh).
Overall, the numbers present a picture of a city that may be rolling its eyes at Weiner, but won’t decide what lever to pull based on whether they’ve seen his lever: two-thirds said the incident wouldn’t factor into a decision on whether to vote for him for mayor. What’s more, respondents seem to be buying Weiner’s line that he didn’t send out the photo.
The numbers are here.