Vermont political geeks can delight over poll results from WCAX to mull over for the governor's race.
The poll was good news for Democrat Deb Markowitz and Republican Brian Dubie.
It indicated Markowitz is the only one of the five Democratic candidates leading against Dubie. She had a 43-41 percent edge, with 16 percent undecided.
Dubie led Sen. Doug Racine of Richmond, 43-38 percent, with 19 percent undecided.
Dubie led Senate President Pro Tempore Peter Shumlin of Putney, 45-35 percent, with 20 percent undecided.
Dubie led former Sen. Matt Dunne of Hartland, 44-36 percent, with 20 percent undecided.
Dubie led Sen. Susan Bartlett of Hyde Park, 48-30 percent, with 22 percent undecided.
To view the poll, conducted by Research 2000 from a sampling of 400 likely Vermont voters, visit www.wcax.com.
To read former AP bureau chief Chris Graff's analysis, visit http://www.vermontbiz.com/news/february/dubie-markowitz-favored-early-poll-vermont-governor.
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