Virginia has been suffering from a Democratic supermajority for years.
While most of the state is rural Republicans, their capital has been taken over by the nearby D.C. swamp.
Democrat voters have given radical leftists a majority. And they have sought to make extreme changes to the state.
Well, it looks like voters across the state are getting fed up with them. Because a recent poll suggests a major tide is turning.
Former Virginia Gov. Terry McAuliffe (D) is ahead of Glenn Youngkin (R) by four points in Virginia’s gubernatorial race taking place in November, according to a poll released Sunday…
The two are now competing to replace outgoing Gov. Ralph Northam (D), who is term-limited and cannot seek reelection…
While McAuliffe in the poll has 46 percent support to Youngkin’s 42 percent, the margin of error is 4.2 percent, which places the candidates in a statistical tie. Twelve percent remain undecided.
A new poll reveals the Democratic candidate for governor, former Gov. Terry McAuliffe, is in a statistical tie with his Republican challenger.
The margin of error is only 4.2 percent, meaning the race could swing either way.
This could give Virginia Republicans a glimmer of hope. Enough voters could get sick of leftist oppression, enough to give Democrats their walking papers.
In recent years, the Democrat majority has pushed for a radical reimagining of Virginia. Along with strict gun laws, they worked to remove Confederate statues and other historical monuments.
Virginia patriots had to sit back and watch D.C. swampers trample over their once-proud state.
But this poll suggests those days are coming to an end.
Do you want Republicans to take back Virginia this year and send a message to Biden?
- A new poll suggests Virginia governor candidates in a tie.
- The race is between former governor Terry McAuliffe and Republican Glenn Youngkin.
- This comes as Democrats have enjoyed a majority in the state for years.