JACKSON, Miss. (WTVA) - A new poll shows the gap shrinking between the top two candidates for governor.
The Mason-Dixon poll, conducted last week, has Democrat Jim Hood leading Republican Tate Reeves by only 2 percent.
Fourteen percent were undecided.
Hood’s lead over Reeves was as high as six percentage points in a December 2017 poll.
The party primaries are in August. The general election is set for November.
MORE: See the full poll here
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