The latest Quinnipiac University poll was released on Monday and shows that Virginia voters are slightly split on the removal of the Confederate flag from state license plates.
According to the poll, voters were divided 46 to 45 percent. Black voters were more decisive with a 73 to 16 percent to get rid of the plates. In the same poll, Governor Terry McAuliffe received an approval raiting of 50 to 31 percent. Quinnipiac surveyed over 12-hundred Virginia voters in July to compile the findings.
Virginia Voters Slightly Split on Confederate Flag License Plates was originally published on kissrichmond.com