Virginia’s gubernatorial race is heating up as Election Day stands at roughly six weeks away, with former Democrat Gov. Terry McAuliffe leading Republican Glenn Youngkin by four points, a Presidential Coalition poll conducted by Kellyanne Conway found.
The survey asked respondents to choose between the former governor and his Republican challenger. When asked who they would vote for or who they would lean toward, 46 percent said McAuliffe, compared to 42 percent who chose Youngkin.
Notably, ten percent said they remain undecided — more than enough to swing the race in either direction.
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