A new poll by the Washington Post and the University of Maryland found that Democrat Wes Moore is leading the Maryland governor's race by 32 points.

Moore, a best-selling author and nonprofit executive, is facing Republican Del. Dan Cox, who has been endorsed by former President Donald Trump, in the General Election. The poll found that Moore had 86% percent support among fellow Democrats while he also garnered 22% of the Republican vote and 38% of the independent vote.

Maryland is an overwhelmingly Democratic state, but voters are willing to elect moderate Republicans like Gov. Larry Hogan and former Gov. Robert Erhlich Jr. However, Cox is extremely conservative -- opposing abortion rights and COVID restrictions --- limiting his crossover appeal.

The poll had a margin of error of four percentage points. The polls results are similar to former President Donald Trump's performance in Maryland in 2020. Trump lost the state to President Joe Biden by 33 points.... Read More: FOX45