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Sun-Times/McKeon & Assoc. Chicago mayoral poll: No front runner

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A Chicago Sun-Times/McKeon & Associates poll shows the race to replace Mayor Daley wide open. The poll of 600 voters was taken Sept. 9 with a margin of error plus or minus 4.3 percent. Sun-Times columnist Carol Marin column on the poll is here.

If the primary election for Mayor of Chicago were held today, for whom would you vote?

3% Jim Houlihan
9% Luis Gutierrez
12% Tom Dart
10% James Meeks
3%_ Bob Fioretti
7%_ Rahm Emanuel
6% Gery Chico
4%_ Terry Peterson
8%_ Jesse Jackson,Jr
3%_ Other

The racial break down of respondents:
47%_ Caucasian 30%_ African American 14%_ Hispanic 9%

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