Poll: Youngkin stands out McAuliffe, voters trust Republican more about education, coronavirus

Republican candidate Glenn Youngkin is leading Democratic challenger Terry McAuliffe in the final days of the gubernatorial election in Virginia, a survey by Echelon Insights showed Friday.

Survey, takeover From October 27 to 29, 2021, among the 611 “probable constituencies” in Virginia, he showed that Youngkin overtook McAuliffe in the gubernatorial race, 49 to 46 percent. Of the 49 percent who said they would “definitely” or “likely” vote for Youngkin, 46 percent said they would “definitely” vote for a Republican, while 39 percent said they would “definitely” vote for McAuliff. Four percent remain uncertain:

When asked in Virginia to choose the main question, 23 percent answered “jobs and the economy,” followed by 19 percent who responded to the coronavirus pandemic, 19 percent to the cost of living, and 15 percent to education. Fifty percent said they trusted Youngkin to run the education as governor, compared to 44 percent who said the same for a Democrat.

In addition, Youngkin surpasses McAuliffe in confidence over the coronavirus pandemic, 47 to 46 percent.

Overall, 88 percent said they were either “extremely” or “very” motivated to vote in the gubernatorial race.

The survey follows recent trends of intensification of the race in the last section, giving Youngkin an advantage a few days before election day.

Saturday’s RealClearPolitics average showed Youngkin leads McAuliff by 0.6 percent.

However, talk to Breitbart news on Saturday, Youngkin made it clear that “the polls do not win the election.”

“The votes count,” he said, noting the “huge” enthusiasm he witnessed in the last part of the race, and finally announcing the victory.

“That’s why Terry McAuliffe is panicking,” he said, speaking of the unity he sees in all areas, describing his Democratic opponent as “the godfather. [the] modern progressive democratic party. “

“And he sees that everything is falling apart. He sees him crashing on him because the Virginians reject him, ”Youngkin said.


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