UNDATED -- Kathleen Blanco continues to rise in a nightly tracking poll taken in the governor's race that shows the Democrat and Republican Bobby Jindal only 4 points apart.
The latest numbers by Verne Kennedy's Pensacola, Fla.-based Marketing Research Institute show Jindal with 46 percent of the vote, compared to Blanco's 42 percent. Twelve percent of voters were undecided in the three-day poll taken on Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday nights.
The latest results are an increase for Blanco, who, a day earlier, further trailed Jindal with 39 percent compared to Jindal's 49 percent.
MRI is making nightly calls to 200 people who voted in the Oct. 4 primary, then combining the three most recent for a "rolling 600" with a 4-percentage-point margin of error.