amNew York-News 12 poll: Eliot Spitzer vs. Scott Stringer comptroller primary race

Scroll below for detailed results from the amNewYork-News 12 poll of the Democratic primary race for New York City comptroller between Manhattan Borough President Scott Stringer and former Gov. Eliot Spitzer. The poll was conducted from Aug. 22-27, surveyed 600 likely Democratic primary election voters via landline and cellphone and has a margin of error of plus or minus 4 percentage points.

Staten Island is not shown because the statistical sampling was too small.


Democratic:
• Penn Schoen Berland (PSB) designed and administered this survey, which was conducted by telephone using professional interviewers August 22-27, 2013. The survey reached a total of 600 registered Democrats in New York City who are likely to vote in the September 2013 Democratic primary. Telephone numbers for the sample were generated from a list of registered voters in New York City and included both landline and cell phones.
• The margin of error for the total sample is +/-4.00 percentage points and larger for the sub-groups.
• The survey is fully representative of likely Democratic primary voters in New York City. To ensure a comprehensive representation of the likely electorate, the data have been slightly weighted by gender, age, and borough.

Republican:
• Penn Schoen Berland (PSB) designed and administered this survey, which was conducted by telephone using professional interviewers August 22-27, 2013. The survey reached a total of 400 registered Republicans in New York City who are likely to vote in the September 2013 Republican primary. Telephone numbers for the sample were generated from a list of registered voters in New York City and included both landline and cell phones.
• The margin of error for the total sample is +/-4.9 percentage points and larger for the sub-groups.
• The survey is fully representative of likely Republican primary voters in New York City. To ensure a comprehensive representation of the likely electorate, the data have been slightly weighted by gender, age, and borough.