CNU’s poll of over 1,000 likely voters shows Democrat Terry McAuliffe with 45 percent to Republican Ken Cuccinelli with 38 percent.
Libertarian Robert Sarvis is holding strong at 10 percent with a vast majority of his supporters saying they’re a protest vote against McAuliffe and Cuccinelli.
The numbers show Cuccinelli closer than in some other polls – seven points behind McAuliffe with time running out.
45% Terry McAuliffe (D)
38% Ken Cuccinelli (R)
10% Robert Sarvis (L)
The race for Attorney General continues to be the closest statewide race with 45 percent of likely voters going for Republican Mark Obenshain – a statistically insignificant two percent lead over Democrat Mark Herring’s 43 percent.
Attorney General`s Race:
%45 Mark Obenshain (R)
%43 Mark Herring (D)
In the Lieutenant Governor’s race, Democrat Ralph Northam of Norfolk is maintaining his double-digit lead over Chesapeake’s E.W. Jackson – 51 percent to 35 percent.
The two candidates were on NewsChannel 3 Thursday night, appearing together for the final time before Election Day.
Lt. Governor`s Race:
51% Ralph Northam (D)
35% E.W. Jackson (R)]