Poll: McAulliffe and Youngkin in tight race for Virginia governor

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Democrat Terry McAuliffe and Republican Glenn Youngkin are neck-and-neck in the Virginia governor’s race, according to a new Washington Post/Schar School poll released as the competitive statewide election kicked off on Friday.

McAuliffe garnered 50 percent support among likely voters, whereas Youngkin stands at 47 percent. Among registered voters, McAuliffe falls to 49 percent and Youngkin to 43 percent, though neither lead is statistically significant.

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