A new poll from KATU and Survey USA shows that some candidate named "undecided" is leading in the race to replace Sam Adams. Despite a plethora of crazy people to choose from, candidate Eileen Brady has the largest share of potential votes (25 percent), followed by Charlie Hales (16 percent) and Jefferson Smith (10 percent).
Opinions on "top priorities" were much more homogenous:
Overall, only seven percent of voters said public transit was their top issue and seven percent said homelessness was their top issue. But among non-white voters, those issues get much more priority, with 19 percent of black voters listing public transit as their number one issue and 13 percent of Latino voters listing homelessness as number one.