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Pritzker leads Rauner by 17 points in latest poll

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Democrat J.B. Pritzker's is leading Republican Gov. Bruce Rauner by a wide margin in the latest poll. 

The Illinois Broadcasters Association/Research American, Inc. survey said 44 percent of people would vote for Pritzker if the election were today. Twenty-seven percent said they would cast a ballot for Rauner, six percent opted for third-party conservative candidate Sam McCann, and four percent said they would vote for libertarian Kash Jackson.

Four percent said they would vote for none of the above, and 14 percent said they are still undecided. 

In the race for the Attorney General's office, Democratic state Sen. Kwame Raoul leads Urbana Republican Erika Harold, 43 percent to 32 percent. Twenty-one percent are undecided, and four said they would vote for neither.

View the full results here. 

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