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Nearly half of Connecticut voters intend to support Gov. Ned Lamont for re-election in November, according to a new poll released on Tuesday showing the Democrat with a 10-point lead over his rival, Republican Bob Stefanowski.
Lamont’s support among the poll’s respondents, 48.5 percent, was close to his showing in 2018, when he defeated Stefanowski by around 3 percentage points to win his first term. Four years later, Stefanowski’s support has dropped to 38.4 percent, according to the poll.