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Virginia Senate: Warner 55% Gilmore 39%

Notwithstanding John McCain’s strong showing in the state, Old Dominion voters continue to favor Mark Warner over Jim Gilmore in the Senate race:

Democrat Mark Warner still has a comfortable lead over Republican Jim Gilmore in the race for Virginia’s seat in the U.S. Senate. The latest Rasmussen Reports telephone survey of Virginia voters found Warner up 55% to 39%.

The gap was slightly larger last month when Warner led Gilmore 57% to 37%.

Warner dominates among unaffiliated voters. He leads Gilmore 65% to 21% among those not affiliated with either Republicans or Democrats.

Warner is viewed favorably by 65% and unfavorably by 32%. Gilmore’s numbers are 51% favorable and 42% favorable.

For the moment at least, it appears that there are no McCain coat tails in Virginia.

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  1. [...] is consistent with polls that Rasmussen released in October, January, February, and April; all of which showed Warner with at least a 15 point lead over his fellow former [...]

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