Spano leads Astorino 47 percent to 41 percent with another 11 percent of likely voters remaining undecided — there’s a margin of error of 4.5 percent.
Also in that poll, 47 percent of responders gave Spano a favorable rating while 46 percent gave him an unfavorable one. Another 7 percent were undecided or had no opinion.
Astorino garnered a 37 percent approval rating and 15 percent unfavorable. Roughly 49 percent had no opinion on Astorino or didn’t know him.
Forty-five percent of the 483 respondents said Westchester County was headed in the wrong direction; 38 percent said it’s headed in the right direction and 17 percent didn’t know or had no opinion.
Fifty one percent said property taxes was the most important issues in the race, 29 percent said county government spending was and another 8 percent said the federal housing settlement was.
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