RICHMOND, VA (WWBT) - There's new information out on how Virginia voters are polling, including what some voters think of Governor McDonnell on a ticket with Mitt Romney.
This latest poll comes from the independent Quinnipiac University.
President Obama leads all the Republican Presidential candidates in Virginia, including a 50 to 42 percent margin over former Massachusetts Governor Mitt Romney. This is Obama's biggest lead over Romney so far in Virginia.
The poll also asked Virginians how they would vote if Governor Bob McDonnell was on the ticket as the GOP Vice Presidential nominee. The results show, McDonnell does not help the Republicans carry the state. An Obama-Biden ticket beats a Romney-McDonnell ticket, 50 - 43 percent.
The poll also shows the senate race between George Allen and Tim Kaine is considered too close to call.
To see all of the results: