The Ohio governor's race is too close to call, according to the latest Quinnipiac University Poll released Wednesday, and Democratic Senate incumbent Sherrod Brown is leading his Republican challenger, Rep. Jim Renacci.
Forty-two percent of 1,082 Buckeye State voters surveyed said they would vote for Democratic former Consumer Financial Protection Bureau Director Richard Cordray, versus 40 percent who said they would support Republican State Attorney General Mike DeWine.
In the Senate contest, Brown holds a comfortable lead — 51 to 34 percent — over Renacci.
Here are other results from the Quinnipiac poll, conducted from Thursday to Tuesday:
Do you approve of the job Brown is doing as senator:
- Yes: 55 percent.
- No: 29 percent.
Do you approve of the job Republican Sen. Rob Portman is doing?
- Yes: 42 percent.
- No: 36 percent.
Should outgoing Republican Gov. John Kasich run for president in 2020?
- No: 51 percent.
- Yes: 41 percent.
Do you approve of the job President Donald Trump is doing?
- No: 54 percent.
- Yes: 43 percent.
Will your vote for senator reflect your support for or opposition to President Trump?
- Opposition: 30 percent.
- Support: 28 percent.
The Quinnipiac poll has a margin of error of 3.7 percent.
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