Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell has a double-digit lead over his Democratic challenger Amy McGrath, a poll released Wednesday shows.
According to a Quinnipiac University poll, McConnell now leads McGrath by 12 points. Fifty-three percent of likely Kentucky voters backed McConnell compared to the 41 percent who supported McGrath. The poll also mentions that 91 percent of the likely voters who selected a candidate have their minds made up about who they will vote for in November.
An August poll released by QuinnipiacUniversity showed McConnell had a five-point lead on McGrath, which has now doubled. In March, McConnell restructured his campaign into a meals effort for Kentuckians affected by coronavirus, as McGrath had been running million-dollar attack ads on him. (RELATED: McConnell Restructures Campaign Into Meals Effort For Kentuckians Affected By Coronavirus)