With a week remaining before Democrat primary voters go to the Polls, a new poll out today shows Creigh Deeds has pulled into a statistical tie with Terry McAuliffe for the lead.
The Washington Times Reports
According to the results of a poll conducted by Public Policy Polling of 559 likely Democratic voters. Mr. Deeds had the support of 27 percent of respondents, up seven percentage points from a poll released May 22, while Mr. McAuliffe fell to second with 24 percent, down five percentage points from the last poll. Delegate Brian J. Moran climbed two percentage points to 22 percent, while undecided voters made up 27 percent.
The results do not bode well for McAuliffe who has greatly outspent Deeds. It may be that the more voters see of McAuliffe the less they like him.