On November 5, 2019, New York City voters passed Ranked Choice Voting (RCV) by a 3 to 1 margin for mayoral and city elections. As New Yorkers prepare to vote in local primaries on June 22, they have no less enthusiasm for the new process. Only a fraction – one in five — disapprove of RCV as a whole and just about the same percentages – one in five to one in four – disagree with the key arguments on behalf of the voting change.

Continue reading this article on Unite NY’s polling efforts on RCV from John Zogby at Forbes.com.