NEW YORK, NY - Anthony's Weiner rose to a new high today in the race to lose the Mayoral race in New York City.
The polls have a new leader as Weiner support softened. Former undisputed heavyweight boxing champion and convicted rapist, Mike Tyson, has taken the lead in the Democrat primary, getting 52 percent in the latest New York Times poll. Former Mayor of Washington DC and convicted drug user, Marion Barry is in second with 16 percent. Nipping at Barry's heels is former New York Attorney General and Client #9, Eliot Spitzer with 14 percent.
Weiner, who briefly held the lead in the race, gets just 10 percent and is in last, behind Tyson, Barry and Spitzer. Weiner has seen his support soften in the past month after it was revealed that he was stuffing his package into women's boxes while they slept.
Tyson, Barry and Spitzer all agree that they don't feel comfortable with Weiner behind them.