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Loeffler and Purdue Both Leading in Two New Georgia Runoff Polls


The attention of the entire nation is currently on the state of Georgia and the two Senate seats up for grabs.

In two brand new runoff polls, Republicans Kelly Loeffler and David Perdue are currently leading their Democrat opponents.

This is good news.

If Democrats were to take the presidency, and these two seats, they would have control of all the major branches of government.

This would be a nightmare scenerio for the entire country.

The damage that Democrats have already been able to do in the last four years of the Trump presidency would pale in comparison if they have complete control of the country.

Yahoo News has more on the slight Republican lead in Georgia:

Both Republican U.S. Senate candidates in Georgia hold slight leads over their Democratic opponents in the January runoff election races, which will determine which party controls the chamber for at least the next two years, according to new polling out of Emerson College.

The poll, released Wednesday, found Republicans Kelly Loeffler and David Perdue with nearly identical advantages, with each receiving support from 51 percent of respondents, compared to 48 percent for Democrats Raphael Warnock and Jon Ossoff. The races are essentially tied, because the advantages in both races fall within the poll’s 3.9 percent margin of error.

The Democrats need to win both races to win control of the Senate. If both Warnock and Ossoff win, there would be a 50-50 split, with Vice President-elect Kamala Harris serving as the tie-breaker.

The poll found little crossover support, meaning few voters will vote for a Republican in one race and a Democrat in the other.

“Which suggests one party should win both seats,” Spencer Kimball, Emerson’s polling director, said in a prepared statement.

A recent Trafalgar poll also shows both Republicans with a lead.

Breitbart has more on the Trafalgar poll:

Both Republican Sens. Kelly Loeffler and David Perdue are leading their Democrat opponents, Raphael Warnock and Jon Ossoff, in Georgia’s Senate runoff, a Trafalgar Group survey released Friday revealed.

The survey, taken December 14-16, 2020, among 1,064 respondents, showed Loeffler leading Warnock, whom she has branded a “radical liberal,” 52.2 percent to his 45.5 percent. The figures include those who are “leaning” toward the respective candidates as well.

Similarly, Perdue is leading Ossoff 50.2 percent to 47.5 percent — a lead outside the survey’s +/- 2.3 percent margin of error:

Notably, Loeffler expanded her lead over Warnock since the last survey, bringing her 3.1 percent lead to  6.7 percent. Perdue also fared better in the latest survey, taking over Ossoff’s previous lead of .3 percent:

Just more than two percent remain undecided in both races, the survey found.

Keep a close eye on the polls, but an even closer eye on the Democrats.

Republicans have mopped the floor with the Dems in most of the Senate and House races to this point.

Through voter fraud, they are still trying to steal the presidency.

Even if they are successful, Democrats would need to win both of these Georgia Senate seats in order to have full control.

The eyes of the entire country are on Georgia now.


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