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Updated: 7/31/2013 3:36 pm
(NBC News) A defiant Anthony Weiner says he won't give up his campaign to be New York's next mayor.

A week after being in first place among Democrats in the race, Weiner has tumbled to fourth place in the most recent poll from Quinnipiac University.

That poll also comes a week after Weiner admitted exchanging sexually explicit messages online after similar behavior spurred his resignation from Congress in 2011.

His determination stay in grew Tuesday night in a testy exchange with a skeptical voter.

"I don't quit, New Yorkers don't quit. I'm not going to go in the corner and curl up because someone found out something embarrassing about me," Weiner said.

-- Chris Clackum, NBC News, reports
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