Rasmussen, whose polls have been phenomenally accurate over the past two years, shows Sonny well ahead of both Democrats.
Georgia Governor Sonny Perdue (R) holds a 20-point lead over two challengers who would like to replace him as Governor.
Perdue leads Secretary of State Cathy Cox (D), 54% to 34%. He leads Lt. Governor Mark Taylor (D) 53% to 33% margin.
The overall flavor of the race has changed little since our January election poll in Georgia. Perdue now enjoys a slightly larger lead over Cox than he did a month ago.
Perdue became Governor four years ago as one of the surprises in Election 2002. He is the first Republican Governor of Georgia in over 100 years.
Perdue also has a 60% approval rating compared to 55% for Cox and 48% for Taylor. While early, Taylor should be worried that he is at 48% at the point in the year when he usually has his highest profile as President of the State Senate.