Virginia gubernatorial candidate Terry McAuliffe (D) held a slim lead over his Republican opponent Glenn Youngkin, based on a brand new ballot printed Thursday.
The Fox News poll of probably voters in Virginia confirmed McAuliffe’s help at 51 % whereas Youngkin’s help was at 46 %. One other 3 % of voters mentioned they had been undecided.
The survey confirmed that the financial system was crucial concern for respondents in deciding whom to vote for within the race for governor, adopted by the coronavirus and well being care respectively.
Aside from the Virginia election, the survey indicated that 71 % of respondents favored “colleges requiring academics and college students to put on masks” whereas 66 % favored “colleges requiring academics to be vaccinated.”
A CBS News/YouGov poll published earlier this week confirmed McAuliffe was main Youngkin 50 % to 47 % with a margin of error of 4.1 share factors. The identical ballot confirmed Youngkin main McAuliffe 53 % to 44 % amongst probably impartial voters.
McAuliffe’s marketing campaign will try to extend its momentum with excessive profile figures campaigning for the candidate.
On Tuesday, McAuliffe mentioned that President BidenJoe BidenSinema fundraising in Europe as reconciliation talks ‘ongoing’: report Mexico urges more US investment in Central America to stem migration flows Trump calls into Take Back Virginia Rally to hype Youngkin MORE would marketing campaign for him earlier than Election Day, marking the primary time Biden will marketing campaign with the previous governor since July. McAuliffe additionally mentioned that former President ObamaBarack Hussein ObamaTrump calls into Take Back Virginia Rally to hype Youngkin On The Money — Chains you can’t believe in: Biden tackles supply snarls White House scrambles to avert supply chain crisis MORE would join him on the campaign trail subsequent week.
The candidate additionally garnered added help on Thursday with an endorsement from progressive veterans group VoteVets.
Thursday’s ballot was Fox’s first ballot of probably Virginia voters. It was carried out between Sept. 26 and Sept. 29 and included 901 registered voters within the state. It had a margin of error of plus or minus 3 share factors.
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