Democrat Terry McAuliffe holds a statistically insignificant lead over Republican Ken Cuccinelli while nearly one in four likely voters remain undecided in the Virginia gubernatorial election, Watchdog.org reported.
The Roanoke College Poll interviewed 874 likely voters between Sept. 9 and Sept. 15 and showed McAuliffe leading 35-33, with 22 percent undecided, Watchdog said. The survey had a margin of error of 3.3 percent.
Meanwhile, Democrat Ralph Northam narrowly leads Republican E.W. Jackson for lieutenant governor, 34-30, with 33 percent undecided. In the attorney general’s contest, Democrat Mark Herring holds a slimmer edge, 33-31, over Republican Mark Obenshain. “Undecideds” constituted the biggest voting block, 34 percent, in that match-up.