An Internet poll of 1,808 likely voters shows Connecticut’s gubernatorial race in a dead heat.
The poll released Thursday shows Democratic Gov. Dannel P. Malloy and Republican Tom Foley tied with 37 percent of the vote.
On Wednesday, Quinnipiac University released a telephone survey of 1,304 likely voters that showed Foley six points ahead of Malloy.
In July, Foley had a 42 to 33 percent advantage over Malloy, according to a CBS News and New York Times poll conducted by YouGov.
The latest poll shows that 14 percent of the voters are undecided and 3 percent plan to vote for “other.” Joe Visconti, the third candidate on the ballot, was not mentioned in the poll.
The poll shows Malloy winning younger voters under the age of 44 and women. Foley does well with male voters and voters over the age of 45.
The polls was conducted between Aug. 18 and Sept. 2.