Another in a series of EPIC-MRA statewide surveys shows the governor's lead over her GOP challenger has gone from 48 percent, 43 percent to 52 percent, 42 percent.
Pollster Ed Sarpolus reports, however, if you add the undecided voters who are expected to move to DeVos the race is actually a four point lead for the incumbent.
The survey shows that DeVos has been stuck since last August in the low 40 percent range while Granholm has been stuck hovering around the50 percent mark.
Sarpolus says DeVos has failed to connect with voters on the trust and likeability scale as his unfavorable ratings are higher than President George W. Bush. Granholm has a 25 point lead with the all important independent voters, 53 percent to 28 percent. She wins the female vote 57 percent to 40 percent but DeVos is within six point of her with male voters.