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Poll: Youngkin Leads McAuliffe among Likely Voters in Virginia

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A new poll out yesterday from the University of Mary Washington (UMW) finds that Republican gubernatorial candidate Glenn Youngkin is well ahead of Democratic candidate Terry McAuliffe among likely voters.

Between September 7 and September 13, the poll surveyed 1,000 Virginians, 885 of whom are registered voters and 528 of whom said they were likely to vote in the November elections. Among the likely voters, 48 percent said they plan to vote for Youngkin and 43 percent said they’d back former Virginia governor McAuliffe, a result that’s just outside the 4.1 percent margin of error.

Meanwhile, McAuliffe led Youngkin among registered voters, 46 percent to 41 percent, as well as in the poll overall, with 43 percent of all those surveyed supporting McAuliffe compared with 38 percent who favored Youngkin. About 7 percent of likely voters said they remained undecided.

Virginia voters’ negative opinions of Joe Biden’s job as president are likely........

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