Over 60% of Virginia voters in the commonwealth’s gubernatorial race imagine the country is headed in the improper route.
According to a Fox News Voter evaluation survey, 64% of voters imagine the country is headed in the “improper route” in contrast with 36% who imagine issues are headed in the “proper route.”
VIRGINIA GOVERNOR RACE: MCAULIFFE, YOUNGKIN PLEDGE TO JUMP-START STATE ECONOMY
Of the 64% who voiced concern in regards to the route of the country, 73% voted for the Republican candidate Glenn Youngkin. Ninety-one % of voters who mentioned the country is headed in the fitting route voted for former Gov. Terry McAuliffe.
The most vital problem to Virginia voters is the economic system and jobs (35%). The coronavirus was the second most vital problem (17%) and training was third (14%).
Additionally, 54% of voters say they disapprove of the way in which President Biden has dealt with the economic system and 52% disapprove of Biden’s job efficiency.
Of the 54% of voters who disapproved of Biden’s dealing with of the economic system, 15% voted for McAuliffe and 85% supported Youngkin.
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Polls closed in Virginia at 7 p.m. Tuesday and as of 9 p.m. the Fox News Decision Desk had not projected a winner. Early vote totals confirmed Youngkin outperforming expectations statewide and in key rural counties in a state that Biden carried by 10 factors final November.