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New Polls Show Youngkin, Fellow Republicans Winning Virginia in 8 Point Landslide


The red wave is here.

Despite the fact that Biden “won” Virginia by +10 points in the 2020 presidential election, it appears that Republicans are going to sweep the upcoming election.

On November 2nd, Virginians will vote for governor as well as other seats.

Throughout the race, the Democrats and the Republicans have been neck-in-neck.

Now, Youngkin has opened an 8 point lead over his rival.

But it’s not just him.

Recent polls show Republicans sweeping every single race this upcoming Tuesday.

With just 3 days before election day, a Youngkin win looks like the most likely outcome.

It’s important to note that nearly all the major polls show Youngkin with a huge lead.

Even left-leaning polls show Youngkin with the advantage.

However, Fox News shows the largest lead, claiming that Youngkin is 8 points ahead.

Fox News has shown the two candidates tied leading up to this week.

It’s clear that independents and undecideds are breaking towards Youngkin.

The New York Post confirms:

Republican Glenn Youngkin holds a clear lead over Democrat Terry McAuliffe in the Virginia gubernatorial race with five days to go before Election Day, according to a just-released poll.

The Fox News survey showed Youngkin leading McAuliffe by eight percentage points (53-45) among likely voters, with just 2 percent supporting other candidates or undecided.

That represents a dramatic turnaround from just two weeks ago, when the same poll showed McAuliffe with 51 percent support among likely voters, 46 percent supporting Youngkin and 3 percent undecided or supporting other candidates.

Youngkin also leads McAuliffe by a single percentage point (48-47) among all registered voters — a 12-point turnaround from two weeks earlier, when McAuliffe held a 52-41 advantage among registered voters.

The poll also shows more bad news for President Biden, as fewer than half of Virginia’s registered voters (45 percent) approve of the job he’s doing as president, down six percentage points from just two weeks ago.

On the other hand, 53 percent of registered voters and 56 percent of likely voters disapprove of Biden’s job performance — up from 48 and 49, respectively, in the mid-October survey.

It’s important to note that Republicans typically have larger turnout than Democrats on off-year elections.

Does this mean that Youngkin’s victory could be even larger than predicted?

But it’s not just the Fox News poll.

Many left-leaning polls are showing similar findings.

Most polls show show Youngkin leading by 3 points.

That’s HUGE news… given that Virginia has appeared to be a blue state.

Republicans haven’t really won there.

But that could all change on Tuesday.

Yahoo News confirms:

Echelon Insights is out with yet another poll showing Republican Glenn Youngkin ahead of Terry McAuliffe in the hotly contested race for the governor’s mansion.

In a sample of 611 likely voters, 49 percent supported Youngkin and 46 percent preferred McAuliffe, Virginia’s governor from 2014-2018.

The same survey showed Winsome Sears and Jason Miyares — the GOP’s candidates for lieutenant governor and attorney general, respectively — ahead of their Democratic opponents. In a state where Democrats outnumber Republicans, Youngkin’s lead is entirely attributable to his 17 point advantage with independents.


Both the RealClearPolitics and FiveThirtyEight polling averages show Youngkin ahead as of Friday afternoon.

If Youngkin wins, it will be the clearest indication yet that the American people do not support Biden.

Nor do they support his policies or the policies of the radical left.

This should be a wake up call.

The red wave may already be here.


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