The poll doesn’t find any real change.
Though Mickey Carroll does have this warning for those who are placing bets on the margin:
“Based on history, the majority of the undecided tend to break for the challenger, but this still leaves the incumbent with a 20-plus lead.”
NOTE: An earlier version of this post mischaracterized the poll as having been taken post-debate. The poll did include a small sample of respondents Sunday, which Carroll says showed no change. But that’s not entirely fair, as debates often don’t really sink in until the coverage the next day. Though one sympathizes with the attempt to find a headline.