Steve Alm is out front so far. But two-thirds of Honolulu voters have not made up their minds and many have no idea who is running.
Blangiardi leads Hanabusa, Amemiya and Pine, but 42% say they are unsure or prefer none of the candidates.
A clear majority says it’s more important to stop COVID-19 from spreading than stop the economy from declining.
Voters have cooled on U.S. Rep. Tulsi Gabbard, too. But Lt. Gov. Josh Green is very popular.
Two-thirds of Hawaii voters polled want the telescope built on Mauna Kea. But Native Hawaiians and residents under 50 were more likely to oppose the project.
Moderates and conservatives have a dimmer view of the Hawaii senator after her pointed criticisms of the Supreme Court justice during his confirmation.
Republican state Rep. Andria Tupola trails by 21 percentage points among likely Hawaii voters in the latest survey.
There is significant support for the idea once it’s explained, but that support has decreased from previous polls.
They also support an initiative process, all-mail voting and a lottery. But forget about legalizing pot.