Another day, another poll of how voters feel about potential candidates for mayor come the next election. Including another cameo from popular non-candidate Ray Kelly! When NY1/Marist went and asked 808 New Yorkers who they would support if the 2013 Democratic primary for mayor were tomorrow, City Council Speaker Christine Quinn came out on top, barely, with 15 percent—surprising since she is well ahead when it comes to fundraising. The one person who a healthy majority of the people really don't want to see run for mayor? One Anthony Weiner.

Close behind Quinn was 2009 runnerup Bill Thompson with 15 percent and Brooklyn Borough President Marty Markowitz with 14 percent. Rounding out the field of dems was Comptroller John Liu (nine percent), Public Advocate Bill de Blasio (seven percent), Manhattan Beep Scott Stringer (six percent) and publisher Tom Allon (one percent). 32 percent of voters don't know who they will support.

As for Police Commissioner Ray Kelly? When asked how they feel about the PC becoming a candidate the electorate was pretty split. 42 percent of voters want him to run, 42 percent don't and 16 percent are unsure. When only looking at Democrats, 41 percent want Kelly to run where as 54 percent of Republicans want him in the race.

As for poor old Weiner? When asked "Do you want former Congressman Anthony Weiner to run for Mayor of New York City in 2013, or not?" only 26 percent said yes, while 64 percent said no and 10 percent were unsure. When voters were polled before his sexting mess he was ahead of the Democratic pack with 18 percent of the voters support. But hey, support from a quarter of the population ain't bad with lots of time before the election. Maybe we shouldn't write Weiner out just yet? Ha! We kid, we kid. Maybe in 2017, Tony.