Christopher Newport University Wason Center for Politics has released their latest Presidential poll results, conducted September 27th to the 30th. Key Findings:
1. Clinton leads Trump 42-35 percent on the full five-candidate ballot, indicating a very slight 1 point debate bump.
2. Support for Clinton among Millennial voters increased by 7 percentage points, while their support for Trump was unchanged.
3. Independents significantly shifted support to Clinton from Trump and Johnson following the Sept. 27 debate.
4. Only 73 percent of Republicans indicate they plan to vote for Trump, a 5-point drop from the September survey. Clinton gained a point among Democrats, to 88 percent.
5. Among voters in military households, where Trump had a 7-point lead over Clinton in the September survey, Trump and Clinton are now within 1 percent (37-36 percent).
By region of the state, Trump leads only in Southwest Virginia. In NOVA Clinton leads 50-27, in the Richmond area she is ahead 41-35, in Hampton Roads Clinton is ahead 40-34, Trump leads in Southwest 46-31.
Over the last month support for Clinton in Virginia has increased by 3% and Trump’s support increased by 2%. So it was only a 1% net gain for Hillary. Johnson lost 3%, from 15% to 12% in the last month.
See all the details of the CNU poll here.
The RealClearPolitics.com average of polls in Virginia also shows Clinton up by 7%.