Duke Aiona and Lynn Finnegan and their opponents are in a dead-even race for Governor and Lt. Governor of Hawai‘i.
According to Real Clear Politics, an independent political website that publishes daily election analysis and polling averages, the race for Governor is a “toss-up.”
This determination is supported by recent polls conducted by Rasmussen Reports, Aloha Vote and Public Policy Polling, all of which show the governor’s race to be a virtual dead heat with a mere 2 to 3 point spread.
Rasmussen Reports had earlier labeled the race “highly democratic”, but after a recent telephone survey of likely voters showing Abercrombie only slightly ahead with 49 percent of the vote and Duke earning 47 percent support, Rasmussen now considers the race a toss-up.
"Whether we're up or down, the only poll that matters is the one on Election day,” said Duke Aiona. “Campaigns in Hawai‘i are won by those who work hardest over the last seven days, and our grassroots supporters are reaching out to every voter in the state who believes Hawai‘i's best days are still ahead.”
Early voting is open until Saturday, October 30.
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