New Survey USA Poll in Virginia shows McDonnell on track to become next Virginia Governor

SurveyUSAYesterday, hours before the last Virginia Governor’s debate in Salem, VA, the latest Survey USA Poll has McDonnell up 19 percentage points, yes plus 19 over Creigh Deeds with less than two weeks to go before the election.

The poll of over 595 voters has McDonnell over Deeds 59% to 40%.  With only one percent undecided, it shows that McDonnell has the clear advantage.  The margin of error was +/-  4 % in which is a good for a poll.

If Bob McDonnell continues his disciplined style of campaigning, we can expect the networks to give a early call for McDonnell on election night.  Survey USA has been noted as the most accurate polling firm in the nation, and was accurate in predicting the Creigh Deeds victory during the Democrat primary when people were backing away from Bryan Moran days before the election.

With SurveyUSA’s  strong record of being accurate, we can start to know that Team Obama is on its way to suffering a major defeat on election night.

With that in mind, don’t forget to join the North Shore Exponent for full coverage of the Virginia and New Jersey Governor’s elections.    Coverage will begin at 6:30 PM-EDT/3:30 PM-PDT a half hour before the polls close in Virginia at 7:00 PM-EDT.  We will continue when New Jersey closes their polls at 8:00 PM-EDT and will keep going until we have a winner in both states.

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