Republican Mike Carey holds an 11-point lead over state Rep. Allison Russo (D) in a poll of the race to replace former Ohio Rep. Steve StiversSteven (Steve) Ernst StiversTrump asks if Rand Paul has ‘learned lesson’ on endorsementsFive takeaways from the Ohio special primariesTrump-backed Mike Carey wins GOP primary in Ohio special electionMORE (R), who resigned in May after holding the seat for a decade.

The Tuesday survey from Emerson College/NBC4 shows Carey has 50 percent support among voters, with Russo receiving 38.9 percent.

Eleven percent of voters are still undecided two weeks before the vote, but among those, 59.3 percent say they are leaning towards Carey with only 40.7 percent leaning towards Russo. 

On the same day the poll was released, Carey was seen in a promotional video with House Minority Leader Kevin McCarthyKevin McCarthyFixing Congress requires fixing how it legislatesSchiff: McCarthy ‘will do whatever Trump tells him’ if GOP wins back HouseHouse GOP campaign arm raises .8 million in third quarterMORE (R-Calif.).

We need a fighter like Mike in Congress to stand up to the Democrats socialist agenda and get our country back on track, McCarthy said. 

Listen, Im honored to have your support, Lets send a message on Nov. 2 that the people of the 15th District are ready to make sure Nancy PelosiNancy PelosiWhite House: Window for finalizing sweeping budget package ‘closing’Emanuel to take hot seat in Senate confirmation hearing Fixing Congress requires fixing how it legislatesMOREs days as Speaker are numbered, Carey said in the video.

Thank you @GOPLeader for joining me in #OH15 today. It is an honor to have your support.

On November 2, lets send a message that Nancy Pelosis days as Speaker are numbered! #FirePelosipic.twitter.com/GGA4rdxHqn

Carey For Congress (@MikeCareyOH15) October 19, 2021

The poll was conducted from Oct. 14 to Oct. 16 and surveyed 445 voters. The margin of error was plus or minus 4.6 percentage points