New York’s disgusted registered independent voters could cause a “political earthquake” in elections in the state this fall — including the governor’s race, say sources citing data from a recent Siena College survey.
Nearly a quarter of the 13 million voters in the state — almost 3 million, or 23% — are registered as not being affiliated with any political party.
That’s slightly more than the state’s 2.84 million registered Republicans, although Democrats still have a huge enrollment advantage. There are 6.47 million registered Dems, or about one out of every two voters, in New York, according to the state Board of Elections.
The recent survey showed that
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