Democrats in Virginia got bad news when a new poll found that GOP Candidate Glenn Youngkin was up in Virginia.
Virginia Republican Glenn Youngkin is two points ahead of former Gov. Terry McAuliffe (D) with the state’s gubernatorial election just ten days away, according to a poll released Friday on behalf of the Presidential Coalition.
The poll, conducted October 18–21 by Kellyanne Conway’s firm, found Youngkin with 43 percent support compared with McAuliffe’s 41 percent support. Eleven percent were undecided, and four percent refused to answer.
The poll was conducted by telephone among 661 likely voters and has a margin of error of 3.8 percent.
“This is anyone’s race,” Conway said in a statement, noting that neither candidate was near 50 percent amid the competitive environment of the race’s final stretch.
Democrats have now recived more bad news.
A new poll found parents of kids in schools support Glenn Youngkin(R) by 17% more than Democrat candidate Terry McAuliffe.
“Independent voters and parents of K-12 students are stampeding to support Republicans Glenn Youngkin, Winsome Sears, Jason Miyares and GOP state house candidates,” remarked pollster Brent Buchanan, CEO of Cygnal, a national polling firm ranked as most accurate.
— Corey A. DeAngelis (@DeAngelisCorey) October 25, 2021
Unless Democrats steal it again they are on the way to be embarrassed in Virginia.
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