The Weekly Standard- Early Polling in Virginia Has Good News for Gillespie

by Benjamin Parker | June 20, 2017
A poll taken just after the primary by Harper Polling puts both candidates at 46 percent support, with the remaining 8 percent of the electorate undecided.

After Corey Stewart narrowly lost the Republican nomination for governor of Virginia to Ed Gillespie, he declared, “There’s one word you won’t hear from me, and that’s ‘unity.’” Apparently his supporters don’t agree.

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But new polling suggests the race between Gillespie and Democratic nominee Ralph Northam is neck and neck. A poll taken just after the primary by Harper Polling puts both candidates at 46 percent support, with the remaining 8 percent of the electorate undecided.

The poll has Gillespie leading among undecided voters 19 percent to 7 percent (with the remainder “truly undecided”). Harper, a Republican polling outfit, also reports that Gillespie has consolidated more of his party’s support, though the differences are slim: 89 percent of Republicans support Gillespie while 86 favor Northam.
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Harper Polling