Two-thirds of Angelenos do not have a preference in the 2013 race for Los Angeles mayor, according to a poll released today.
The details of the Center for the Study of Los Angeles survey were first reported by Los Angeles Times writer Jim Newton, who led with the poll results of 455 Angelenos who are registered voters and who have already made a mayoral selection. Those voters favor Controller Wendy Greuel, county Supervisor Zev Yaroslavsky and Councilman Eric Garcetti at 24 percent, 23 percent and 21 percent, respectively.
Overall, 66 percent of the 1,605 people polled do not have a preference in the race, which also includes former Deputy Mayor Austin Beutner, attorney Kevin James and Councilwoman Jan Perry. Of the 1,148 registered voters who were polled, 58 percent did not have a preference in the race.
Yaroslavsky is not a declared candidate for mayor.
The poll was done via a phone survey. It has a margin of error of 2.45 percent.