Andrew Giuliani receives no support in Republican straw poll of New York gubernatorial race

Though he boasts "five decades" of experience, the 35-year-old Giuliani notches no support

By Sarah K Burris
Published June 29, 2021 5:30AM (EDT)
Andrew Giuliani speaks to the press after the FBI executed a search warrant outside the apartment of his father, Rudy Giuliani. (Tayfun Coskun/Anadolu Agency via Getty Images)
Andrew Giuliani speaks to the press after the FBI executed a search warrant outside the apartment of his father, Rudy Giuliani. (Tayfun Coskun/Anadolu Agency via Getty Images)

This article originally appeared on Raw Story

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Andrew Giuliani's campaign for governor was dealt a blow Monday after it was revealed he lost the New York Republican gubernatorial straw poll.

Despite boasting "five decades" of experience, the 35-year-old Giuliani received zero supporters in the straw poll, which questions Republican County leaders.

Giuliani promoted a poll Sunday saying that he was winning the campaign, The New York Post said.

"The survey results of 587 Republicans statewide, performed by Triton Polling & Research on June 24-25 and provided to The Post, shows Giuliani with the backing of 35.2% of Republicans compared to 27.2% for Zeldin — an eight-point lead — with 6% support for another candidate and 31.6% of voters undecided," said the report.


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