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New mayoral poll shows a three-man race, with almost 1/3 of Richmond “firmly undecided”

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It comes down to Stoney vs Morrissey for mayor - Church Hill People's News | Richmond, VirginiaA Time for Choosing: The Case for Levar Stoney (by Thad Williamson) - Church Hill People's News | Richmond, VirginiaLisa BuffundoDubois2Sarah Janeczek Recent comment authors

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Politics is just crack shit crazy this year.

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RT @chpn: New mayoral poll shows a three-man race, with 1/3 of Richmond undecided https://t.co/Bw4QeRbdG9

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Progressives won’t vote for Berry, so unless you want Morrissey as your mayor, we all need to stop messing around and support Stoney. He’s not my first choice either, but he’s the only one who will beat Morrissey.

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RT @chpn: New mayoral poll shows a three-man race, with 1/3 of Richmond undecided https://t.co/Bw4QeRbdG9

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That says really bad things about progressives, are you really saying they are just Trump supporters flipped over?

And I’m voting for Stoney…

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Vanya Wright

I wonder why Stoney isn’t doing better?

john_m
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john_m

My take is that he’s making up ground, having started with no built in local constituency like the other candidates.

Anoali1902
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Morrissey is going to win. Berry a close second.

Sarah Janeczek
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Sarah Janeczek

The full report says that 3/4 of responses were collected from landlines and only 1/4 from cell phones, with 1,850 responses collected altogether. I don’t know if that methodology is acceptable in polls anymore. I don’t think I know anyone in my friend group (25ish – 40ish) who have a landline. Even my parents who are in their 70s don’t have a landline anymore.

Most people I knew are split for Stoney and Baliles.

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With a third undecided, it’s anyone’s race. It’s also clear when comparing this to previous polls, that among the decided Stoney is surging, and Berry is growing steadily, while Morrissey is losing ground.

I would be curious to know what percent of Richmonders have a landline though…..

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Lisa Buffundo

This campaign used to be about schools and getting control over city operations. Levar has talked to experts around the state about what to do when he gets into office. The best way to conduct comprehensive audits, how to bring the city around. There still time, go talk to him. He’s got the best ideas, he’s energetic, and he is prepared to begin work. The more people that meet him, the less likely Morrissey takes it.

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[…] The new mayoral poll released by ChamberRVA this past weekend shows clearly it’s a three-person race. We now know with a pretty high degree of certainty that our next mayor will be either Jack Berry, Joe Morrissey or Levar Stoney. […]

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[…] a run-off election in December between the 2 candidates who received the most votes. The thing is, the most recent poll shows Morrissey leading in 5 districts, including the 7th. There is a very real chance that Joe […]