Poll: Crime among top issues voters concerned about

A new Goucher Poll released Monday morning shows how some Maryland voters intend to vote in the race for governor. The Goucher/Baltimore Banner/WYPR poll indicates more Maryland voters are leaning toward Democratic nominee Wes Moore. If the general election for governor were held today, 53% said they would vote for Moore and 31% for Republican nominee Dan Cox. Libertarian candidate David Lasher and Green Party candidate Nancy Wallace earned 4% and 2% of the vote, respectively. About 9% of likely voters remain undecided, the poll finds. Additionally, 69% of likely voters who chose a candidate said they are "set on this candidate" and 28% said they could change their mind.