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More Results from the Quinnipiac Poll: Sen. Kaine Leads Ingraham, Fiorina by 20-21 Points

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Good stuff from Quinnipiac’s poll (see the first part, from yesterday, here). Go Tim Kaine!

Sen. Kaine leads Republican talk show host Laura Ingraham 56 – 36 percent among all voters and tops businesswoman Carly Fiorina 57 – 36 percent, the independent Quinnipiac (KWIN-uh-pe-ack) University Poll finds.

In the Kaine-Ingraham matchup, the Democrat leads 57 – 34 percent among women and 54 – 39 percent among men. He takes Democrats 98 – 1 percent and independent voters 54 – 32 percent. Republicans back Ingraham 86 – 8 percent.

White voters are divided with 48 percent for Kaine and 45 percent for Ingraham. Non- white voters go to Kaine 74 – 15 percent.

Kaine leads Fiorina 57 – 34 percent among women and 56 – 39 percent among men, 98 – 1 percent among Democrats and 55 – 32 percent among independent voters. Republicans back Fiorina 86 – 8 percent. He gets 49 percent of white voters to 45 percent for Fiorina. Non- white voters back Kaine 75 – 16 percent.

Other results of interest:

  • “President Donald Trump gets a negative 38 – 56 percent job approval rating in the Old Dominion. Republicans approve 81 – 11 percent, but Democrats disapprove 95 – 3 percent and independent voters disapprove 57 – 37 percent. Disapproval is 52 – 41 percent among men, 60 – 35 percent among women and 76 – 20 percent among non-white voters. White voters are divided as 46 percent approve and 48 percent disapprove.”
  • “Virginia voters disapprove 55 – 42 percent of President Trump’s order banning people from seven countries from entering the U.S.”
  • “Voters say 49 – 31 percent that the U.S. Senate should confirm Judge Neil Gorsuch to the U.S. Supreme Court. Sports for Home-Schooled Students”
  • “Virginia voters say 71 – 23 percent that home-schooled students should be allowed to play on public school sports teams. Support is strong among every party, gender, education, age and racial group measured.”
  • wwfleming

    The current high lead by Tim Kaine against Laura Ingram or Carly Fiorina is good to see, but this is really early and somewhat typical. This lead will likely drop after a R opponent is picked and they start attacking Sen. Kaine with typical rhetoric and fake news. Sen. Kaine should not be complacent and should remember the slim win of Mark Warner.

  • Retired And Happy

    I expect that the little bastard Tim Kaine will have a fall from grace within the Va electorate once certain details come out about the real Tim Kaine, as they did with a former governor. He deserves to be politically stepped on, like a bug.