In a recent Mary Washington University poll all three Republicans running for statewide office are leading over their Democrat opponents.
Among likely voters, Republican Glenn Youngkin leads over Democrat Terry McAuliffe 48% to 43%. (The margin of error among likely voters is 4.1%) For Lt. Governor Republican Winsome Sears beats her opponent 47-41% and in the race for Attorney General Republican Jason Miyares leads Mark Herring 46% to 42% among likely voters.
>>>Regional differences in candidate preference appear to be less distinct in vote-rich Northern Virginia this cycle. Forty-eight percent of likely voters favored McAuliffe, while Youngkin had the support of 45 percent – far from the double-digit advantage Democrats usually enjoy in the Commonwealth’s most populous region.
In the western part of Virginia, a traditionally Republican region, Youngkin is strongly supported: 62 percent of likely voters in that largely rural region favored him, as compared to 27 percent favoring McAuliffe.<<<
See the above link for details on the poll.