BOOM! New Poll Gives Republican Youngkin 8 Point Lead Over Dem McAuliffe With Likely Voters

The race for governor of Virginia has been neck and neck for weeks, but Republican Glenn Youngkin just got a huge bump.

According to a new FOX News poll, Youngkin has an 8 point lead among likely voters.

And remember, the FOX News poll has a history of being weighted Democrat. This is big.

From FOX News:

Fox News Poll: Youngkin pulls ahead of McAuliffe among Virginia likely voters

Republican Glenn Youngkin has moved ahead of Democrat Terry McAuliffe in the Virginia governor’s race, less than a week before the election.

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McAuliffe receives 45 percent to Youngkin’s 53 percent in a new Fox News survey of Virginia likely voters. Youngkin’s eight-point advantage is outside the poll’s margin of sampling error.

That’s a big shift from two weeks ago, when McAuliffe was ahead by five, 51-46 percent.

Likely voters are a subgroup of registered voters, identified mainly based on self-reported vote intention and interest in the election.

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Among the larger pool of registered voters, it’s a one-point race: McAuliffe 47 percent vs. Youngkin 48 percent. Two weeks ago, McAuliffe led among registered voters by 11 points, 52-41 percent.

This is HUGE.

This would be a massive win for Republicans and it would send Democrats into absolute panic.

 

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