Poll Shows McAuliffe and Cuccinelli Tied for Governor’s Race

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January 24, 2013

7:29 PM

A Christopher Newport University poll found Terry McAuliffe and Ken Cuccinelli tied in the Virginia governor’s race, according to the Washington Post. McAuliffe (D) received 31 percent among registered voters. Cuccinelli (R) received 30 percent among voters with 33 percent undecided. However, Bill Bolling (R) is reportedly still considering to enter the race, and the poll indicated he would draw about 9 percent support with McAuliffe and Cuccinelli both receiving 27 percent. A Quinnipiac University poll released earlier in the month also showed McAuliffe and Cuccinelli in a near tie.

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