"Were you pleased with the results of the District's primary election?" Staff writer Carol Krucoff and photographer Michael Ford Parks went to Farragut Square to ask city residents their views. Diane Holt, 25, E and 5th streets SE: "I was disappointed. I voted for Tucker because I had the impression that Barry was sexist. But I'm hopeful he will do a good job." Geraldine Gibson, 27, 17th Street and Columbia Road NW: "I was very happy with the way it turned out. Marion Barry is for the people, and he gets down to basics." Thomas Balley, 19, Wand 16th streets NW: "I was surprised at the outcome. I expected Tucker or Washington to lead, and it kind of left me puzzled." Paul Jackman, 26, Nebraska Avenue and Chain Bridge Road NW: "The only person whose name I knew and voted for was Marion Barry. He had the best human rights stand out of the three, so I'm pleased. But it remains to be seen what kind of administration he'll have," Emery Lassiter, 27, 18th Street and Vernon Avenue NW: "I figured that Tucker was going to win. I knew Washington wasn't going to win. I'm tired of him, so I'm pretty happy with the way it came out." Andrew Richardson, 57, 16th and Corcoran streets NW: "Frankly speaking, I was a bit surprised. I figured there was a strong possibility that Mayor Washington would get another term." Carl Rowan Jr., 26, Connecticut Avenue and Van Nesa Street NW: "I'm happy in the sense we're going to have a chance for a new administration in Washington and hopefully, better government and better services. I hope Marion Barry will be able to live up to the standard I'm sure Sterling Tucker would have set."