For Immediate Release:

New Poll: Pat Ryan Losing Support of NY-18 Voters

Poll shows the race for New York’s 18th Congressional District is neck and neck 

NEW YORK – On Sunday, November 12, 2023 a new poll was reported in the New York Post showing Alison Esposito, a 25-year veteran of the New York Police Department (NYPD), former candidate for Lieutenant Governor, and Candidate for Congress in New York’s 18th Congressional District, essentially tied with Democrat Incumbent Pat Ryan. The poll, conducted by the Congressional Leadership Fund, found Pat Ryan tied with any generic Republican candidate at 43% each, with 13% of voters undecided.

The poll also found only 36% of those surveyed support Pat Ryan’s re-election, 52% disapprove of Biden’s job performance, and 41% of New Yorkers view Kathy Hohcul favorably. Esposito issued the following statement: 

This poll shows just how vulnerable Congressman Pat Ryan really is. Residents of New York’s 18th Congressional District are rejecting the far-Left policies pushed by Joe Biden, Kathy Hochul, and Pat Ryan, which have accelerated the destruction of our beloved Hudson Valley. Ryan has voted in lockstep with the progressive members of the Democrat Party. In Congress, I will work to secure our border, lower the cost of living for struggling families, support our brave men and women in blue, fight for our students and so much more. It is time to elect someone to bring commonsense back to Washington and put people before power.

The Congressional Leadership Fund survey in the 18th district included 400 likely general election voters. It has a margin of error of plus or minus 4.89 percentage points. 



Alison is committed to harnessing the energy of the commonsense wave and creating a better way of life for New York families and citizens



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