Rasmussen has released today a poll from Virginia on the senate race and on head-to-head races for president.
These are the same results as the October poll. I continue to consider this race a likely democratic pick-up. Warner will need to mess up to lose.
Rasmussen also tested the presidential race, but to my disappointment, it only tested two democrats against two republicans. The results:
In short, Obama is running 9 points stronger than Clinton against McCain and is running 7 points stronger than Clinton against Romney. But it also shows that Virginia can be (and should be) a very competitive state in 2008. I think it would have been in 2004 if Kerry had not pulled out. It also suggests (as many national polls have shown) that McCain is likely the strongest republican for the fall election.