Voters in the commonwealth are leaning more clearly toward the Democratic side, with Senate candidate Timothy M. Kaine now roughly matching President Obama’s advantage in the presidential race. It’s the first time that Kaine or George Allen, his Republican rival, has had a significant edge in the pitched contest for a U.S. Senate seat. But there’s a long way to go, with nearly three in 10 voters undecided or saying they could change their minds between now and Election Day. Read related article

Source: This Washington Post poll was conducted by telephone Sept. 12-16 among a random sample of 1,104 adults in Virginia, with users of both conventional and cellular phones. The results among registered and likely voters have a margin of error of plus or minus four percentage points. Sampling data collection and tabulation by Abt-SRBI of New York. | The Washington Post September 19, 2012
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