The poll found that among Democratic voters, Christine C. Quinn, the City Council speaker, is leading the field, with support from 27 percent, followed by Anthony D. Weiner, a former congressman, who was supported by 18 percent. Bill de Blasio, the public advocate, and William C. Thompson Jr., a former comptroller, were each backed by 11 percent of Democratic voters, while John C. Liu, the current comptroller, had support from 7 percent.
The Times note the race is still fluid - 22% of Dems are undecided, only 3 in 10 say they will be voting for the candidate they currently prefer.
And Quinn's support in this poll is not as strong as Weiner's:
Mr. Weiner’s backers are ardent: 41 percent said they were “absolutely certain” they would vote for him, in contrast to 21 percent of Ms. Quinn’s backers who said they were certain they would vote for her. He is running about even with Ms. Quinn among Brooklyn residents, parents, union households, and voters 65 and older.
Again, this is all coming before ad season gets under way, so take these polls with a grain of salt.
But notice that the number"11%" comes up an awful lot for both Thompson and de Blasio and it's nowhere near enough to get into the runoff.