A recent statewide poll conducted by the Center for Leadership and Media Studies at the University of Mary Washington shows voters split between Senator Kaine and Governor Youngkin for Senate in 2024. The results were within the margin of error with 41% backing Kaine and 39% supporting Youngkin. Ten percent said they were undecided, 5% wouldn’t vote and 5% said they wanted someone else.
According to the poll, Kaine’s job approval rating stands at 36% while Youngkin’s job approval is at 45%, well outside the margin of error.
“There were 1,000 Virginia residents surveyed for the poll from Sept. 6 to Sept. 12 — 819 registered voters and 705 likely voters — with 630 responses by phone and 370 respondents contacted online, according to the Center for Leadership and Media Studies at the University of Mary Washington.”