Beto O'Rourke makes a point during a televised debate with Ted Cruz. Election Day is November 6.
Scott is far from the first famous person to support Beto's underdog candidacy against incumbent Republican and sentient can of cream of mushroom soup Ted Cruz.
That compared to a 54 percent to 45 percent Cruz lead in an October 11 survey by Quinnipiac University. Just 3 percent of likely voters told pollsters they didn't know who they were leaning towards, and just 2 percent who have decided on a candidate said they might change their mind before heading to the ballot box. However, recent polls still show him trailing by single digits.
O'Rourke led 56 percent to 40 percent among independent voters and 96 percent to 2 percent among Democrats.
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"Senator Cruz is ahead due to his winning the gender gap". Men back the Republican 56 - 39 percent, as women go Democratic 52 - 45 percent. Quinnipiac reported a 3.5 point margin of error.
This costly race recently tipped the scales at more than $100 million, when O'Rourke reported raising more than $70 million, compared with the almost $30 million raised by Cruz, according to the most recent campaign finance reports filed earlier this month with the Federal Election Commission.
President Donald Trump and Vice President Mike Pence are among those who have traveled to Texas to campaign on Cruz's behalf.
The poll's release comes as a record number of Texans continue to cast ballots during the state's early voting period.