Poll Chart

2013 Virginia Lieutenant Governor: Jackson vs. Northam

Currently tracking 15 polls from 6 pollsters
Updated 16 days ago
Election on November 5, 2013

This chart combines the latest opinion polls into trendlines using a poll-tracking model and is updated whenever a new poll is released.

HuffPost Model

Our model of the polls suggests Northam was very likely leading. (In >99% of simulations, Northam led Jackson.)

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Latest Polls

Poll
Northam
Jackson
Undecided
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Nov 2 – Nov 3, 2013
870 Likely Voters
52 39 9 Northam +13
Oct 25 – Oct 30, 2013
1,038 Likely Voters
51 35 15 Northam +16
Oct 24 – Oct 27, 2013
800 Likely Voters
43 37 20 Northam +6
Oct 24 – Oct 27, 2013
762 Likely Voters
52 39 9 Northam +13
Oct 21 – Oct 27, 2013
838 Likely Voters
48 32 21 Northam +16
Oct 8 – Oct 13, 2013
753 Likely Voters
51 39 10 Northam +12
Oct 1 – Oct 6, 2013
886 Likely Voters
48 37 16 Northam +11
Sep 30 – Oct 5, 2013
1,046 Likely Voters
39 35 27 Northam +4
Sep 25 – Sep 29, 2013
800 Likely Voters
38 39 23 Jackson +1
Sep 25 – Sep 29, 2013
559 Likely Voters
39 35 25 Northam +4
Sep 19 – Sep 22, 2013
562 Likely Voters
45 42 14 Northam +3
Sep 9 – Sep 15, 2013
874 Likely Voters
34 30 36 Undecided +2
Jul 11 – Jul 14, 2013
601 Likely Voters
42 35 23 Northam +7
Jul 8 – Jul 14, 2013
525 Registered Voters
30 28 42 Undecided +12
May 24 – May 26, 2013
672 Likely Voters
35 29 36 Undecided +1

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