I am inclined to think the Clintons’ pal McAuliffe will win.

“GOP Businessman Glenn Youngkin holds a razor-thin lead over former Democrat Gov. Terry McAuliffe in the Virginia governor’s race, according to a new Trafalgar poll.

When asked, “If the election were held tomorrow, who are you most likely to support?,” 48.4% said Youngkin and 47.5% answered McAuliffe, according to the Trafalgar results Thursday.

Another 1.3% of respondents said they would choose a third-party/write-in candidate, and 2.8% said they were undecided in a survey that has a 2.96% margin of error.

The poll also asked Virginia voters if they agreed or disagreed with McAuliffe’s statement in a recent debate that parents should not tell schools what to teach.

A total of 54.4% disagreed with McAuliffe’s comment — including 45.7% strongly disagreeing — and 37.1% agreed or strongly agreed with the comment.” newsmax

Comment: I have given Youngkin money and I will vote for him if I can summon the necessary energy to drag my weary ass to the polls, but I still think there are too many African American Democrat loyalists and suburban women voters who reflexively vote Democrat for Youngkin to win. pl

https://www.newsmax.com/us/virginia-governor-election-youngkin/2021/10/15/id/1040646/

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10 Responses to I am inclined to think the Clintons’ pal McAuliffe will win.

  1. Fred says:

    “holds a razor-thin lead”

    That’s the media narrative to justify the press not looking at all the rigging the dems need to do to win. On another Blue Virginia note it looks like the guy arrested at the Loudin County school board meeting had to temerity to ask why the school allowed a tranny to rape his daughter. Sure can’t allow that to get into the public discussion. Said rapist was transferred to another school, where unsurprisingly, he raped again.

  2. Jose says:

    McAuliffe is under 50 percent and the independents should break for Youngkin, but Virginia is not the Free and Sane State of Florida so I am inclined to agree with you.

    Last Presidential election, the Free and Sane State of Florida gave daily voter data so we knew that the Republican “Super Voters (voters that have voted in three plus general elections -Presidential and Governors)” were out in force and the Dems ran out out.

    On elections day, we unleashed Hialeah resulting in +26 swing among Cuban voters to Reps.

    No data from VGA, no way to to data analysis, lots of ways to cheat.

    Expect Dem votes out of nowhere out nowhere.

    No way to do data analysis, lots of ways to cheat.

  3. JerseyJeffersonian says:

    On the “Parents As Domestic Terrrorist” front, this news item just came to my attention:

    https://www.thecentersquare.com/pennsylvania/pennsylvania-school-directors-sever-ties-with-national-group-after-letter-likening-parents-actions-to-domestic/article_7369c19a-2dbf-11ec-9a97-db261567c9f7.html

    This could be significant, or it could be not significant. I’d like to think the former, but maybe the PA communists just want to boil the frogs in the pot more slowly.

  4. scott s. says:

    When I retired, we were seriously considering moving to Loudoun (looking north of Leesburg or out towards Purcellville) but my wife had a few more years left and ended up getting orders back to Camp Smith in Hawaii, so it didn’t work out. I guess now I’m glad.

  5. Lysias says:

    How many blacks are willing to vote for vaccine mandates?

  6. Deap says:

    Loudon County leftist school board member just resigned – and was also facing a recall petition. Parents are roaring back in Virginia. Every vote counts when it runs this close. 50% + 1 is what it takes. You could just be that final stretch +1.

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