BALTIMORE (WJZ) — There’s a new poll just out Sunday morning showing the gap between the top gubernatorial candidates is narrowing.
Vic Carter has more on the poll just released by our media partner The Baltimore Sun.
With election day just a little more than three weeks away, The Sun’s poll shows Lieutenant Governor Anthony Brown leading Republican candidate Larry Hogan by seven points–but many voters are still undecided.
The newly released poll asks who you would vote for if the election were held today. Forty-nine percent of those polled say they would vote for Brown, 42 percent say Hogan, 1 percent polled would choose another candidate and 8 percent are undecided.
When asked how firmly they’ve made up their minds, 25 percent of Brown’s supporters say they could change their vote, while just 13 percent of Hogan’s supporters say they could be swayed.
The Baltimore Sun poll also asks whether you think Maryland is heading in the right direction. Forty-four percent say Maryland is heading in the right direction, while 48 percent say it’s off track
The Baltimore Sun’s poll has a three-and-a-half percent margin of error. You can count on WJZ to bring you the latest in the final weeks of the campaign.
For full details on The Baltimore Sun poll, click here.
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