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Democrats Currently Trailing in Every Major Georgia Race!


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Things may not be looking very good for democrats in Georgia.

According to recent polling, they are currently trailing in every major Georgia race!

A new survey from The Atlanta Journal-Constitution reveals an increase in statewide support for GOP candidates.

The timing of these polls is interesting to say the least.

As we reported earlier today, the Supreme Court just halted an election in Georgia over claims that it “harmed black voters.”

Could democrats be panicking?

Stay tuned!

The latest poll from the midterm battleground of Georgia shows most Republican candidates in the Peach State pulling away from their Democrat opponents with fewer than 50 days until the general election.

Conducted September 5 to 16, a new survey from The Atlanta Journal-Constitution shows support for the GOP’s statewide candidates continuing to grow. As AJC itself noted in its story on the latest numbers, the polling update “paints a bleak picture for Georgia Democrats in November.” Indeed it does.

Fox 5 Atlanta has more details on the most recent polling numbers:

Kemp picked up a point, but Abrams slipped two points since July’s poll. Kemp continues to lead Abrams now with 50% versus her 42%. Libertarian Shane Hazel polled at 1% and another 1% say they plan to support another candidate. Those undecided have grown to 6%.

The big news is the state’s senate race:

Meanwhile, in the U.S. Senate race in Georgia, incumbent Sen. Rev. Raphael Warnock now trails Republican challenger Herschel Walker with 44% versus Walker’s 47%. Warnock appears to have lost four points while Walker picked up two points since July’s poll. Libertarian Chase Oliver polled at 4% with 5% still undecided.

Voters are sick of years of poor democrat leadership, and Georgia voters are no exception:

Axios has more on the bad news for democrats:

After Democrats’ surge in political momentum over the summer, signs indicate the midterm environment is tilting back in the GOP’s direction.

Why it matters: Republicans aren’t likely to ride a historic red wave to power. But they’re well-positioned to comfortably win back the House, and are on surer footing than just weeks ago to net the one seat necessary to capture a narrow Senate majority.

 



 

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