Yesterday, Quinnipiac reported that 85% of registered Democrats don't know who they'll vote for come the Democratic Attorney General primary on September 14. The Observer reports some people think the poll was flawed—"Instead of giving respondants a list of names and asking them to pick one—which would have at the very least given a sense of who has the highest name i.d.—respondents were asked who they are voting for. Thus, 8 percent of respondent named somebody not running"—which poll director Maurice Carroll doesn't necessarily disagree with, "There is no great interest in this race right now. So there is absolutely no way to predict who is going to win."