[ Oakland Tribune | By Matthew Artz ] A survey of 400 likely voters commissioned last month by the Jobs and Housing Coalition found Quan winning 20 percent of first-place votes. It also found strong support for a ballot initiative to sharply increase the minimum wage and growing satisfaction with Oakland's quality of life.
December 26, 2013
[ Oakland Tribune | By Matthew Artz ] Quan received 32 percent of first-place votes in the poll conducted last month by David Binder Research. Trailing her were San Francisco State Professor Joe Tuman with 22 percent, Councilmember Libby Schaaf with 16 percent and Port Commissioner Bryan Parker with 10 percent. Twenty percent of respondents were undecided.