With less than one week until the preliminary election for Mayor of Boston, the final Emerson College/7News poll shows City Councilor Michelle Wu leading the field by double-digits, with 30% of the vote. Battling for the second spot in November's election are City Councilor Annissa Essaibi-George, at 18%, City Councilor Andrea Campbell, at 17%, and acting Mayor Kim Janey, at 16%. All other candidates are at 2% or lower, and 14% of voters are still undecided.
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- Housing and education rank as most important issues in deciding for whom to vote for Mayor
- Wu holds the majority of the youth vote while those over 45 are split between top four
- Wu extends lead when undecided voters are allocated
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Source: Emerson Polling
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