Va. Political Polls
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Republican incumbent Rep. Dave Brat holds a 47%-43% lead over Democratic challenger Abigail Spanberger, according to The New York Times Upshot/Siena College Poll.
Democrat incumbent Senator Tim Kaine holds a 17-point lead over Republican challenger Corey Stewart in the Virginia race for U.S. Senate. Libertarian Matt Waters has four percent of likely voters. Respondents also weigh in on President Trump's job performance, as well as his language and actions.
Democrat incumbent Senator Tim Kaine holds double-digit leads over three potential Republican challengers for his seat. In the Roanoke College Poll prior to Republican primary, the three Republican candidates were largely unknown.
With just days remaining in the campaign, Democrat gubernatorial candidate Ralph Northam and Republican Ed Gillespie are tied (47%-47%), while Libertarian Cliff Hyra garners three percent of likely Virginia voters.
Democratic gubernatorial candidate Ralph Northam leads Republican Ed Gillespie by six percentage points, while Libertarian Cliff Hyra garners two percent of likely voters, and only four percent remain undecided.
In the latest Roanoke College Poll of registered Virginia voters, Republican Ed Gillespie closes the gap on Democrat Ralph Northam. The Poll also shows Virginians favor tax cuts, free community college, and keeping Confederate monuments.