Northam leads Gillespie 47% to 41%

Sept. 25: Democrat Ralph Northam holds a 6-point lead over Republican Ed Gillespie in the campaign to be Virginia’s next governor, according to a new Wason Center survey of likely Virginia voters. Northam is the choice of 47% of voters surveyed, while Gillespie is the choice of 41%. Libertarian Cliff Hyra polls at 4%, with 8% undecided.

In the race for lieutenant governor, Democrat Justin Fairfax leads Republican Jill Vogel by 5-points, 46% to 42%, while Democrat (and incumbent) Mark Herring leads Republican John Adams in the race for attorney general by 5-points, 47% to 42%.

The survey of 776 likely voters has a margin of error is +/- 3.7%.  See the full survey report here.

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