Two new polls.

Zogby Interactive:

Perdue 48.3%
Taylor 36.3%


Strategic Vision:

15. If the election for Governor were held today, for whom would you support, Sonny Perdue the Republican, Mark Taylor the Democrat, or Garrett Hayes the Libertarian?
Sonny Perdue 52%
Mark Taylor 36%
Garrett Hayes 5%
Undecided 7%

16. If the election for Lieutenant Governor were held today, for whom would you support, Casey Cagle the Republican, Jim Martin the Democrat, or Allen Buckley the Libertarian?
Casey Cagle 48%
Jim Martin 37%
Allen Buckley 5%
Undecided 10%

17. If the election for Secretary of State were held today, for whom would you support, Karen Handel the Republican, Gail Buckner the Democrat, or Kevin Madsen the Libertarian?
Karen Handel 38%
Gail Buckner 30%
Kevin Madsen 3%
Undecided 29%

18. If the election for Attorney General were held today, for whom would you support, Thurbert Baker the Democrat or Perry McGuire the Republican?
Thurbert Baker 47%
Perry McGuire 33%
Undecided 20%

19. If the election for School Superintendent were held today, for whom would you support, Kathy Cox the Republican, Denise Majette the Democrat, or David Chastain the Libertarian? Kathy Cox 48%
Denise Majette 33%
David Chastain 2%
Undecided 17%

20. If the election for Agriculture Commissioner were held today, for whom would you support, Tommy Irvin the Democrat, Gary Black the Republican, or Jack Cashin the Libertarian?
Tommy Irvin 46%
Gary Black 38%
Jack Cashin 3%
Undecided 13%

21. If the election for Insurance Commissioner were held today, for whom would you support, John Oxendine the Republican or Guy Drexinger the Democrat?
John Oxendine 54%
Guy Drexinger 29%
Undecided 17%

22. If the election for Labor Commissioner were held today, for whom would you support, Michael Thurmond the Democrat or Brent Brown the Republican?
Michael Thurmond 46%
Brent Brown 36%
Undecided 18%

23. If the election for State Supreme Court were held today, for whom would you support, Carol Hunstein or Mike Wiggins?
Carol Hunstein 52%
Mike Wiggins 30%
Undecided 18%

11 comments

  1. atlantaman says:

    I know Sinton and the people who are involved in his campaign want to believe the time they’ve spent over the last few months has not been a complete waste of time, but it’s time to wake up to reality.

    Getting a bunch of people to yell at a forum or doing a homemade poll does not mean you’re going to win.

  2. Decaturguy says:

    So it looks like Democrats hold onto the Attorney General, Labor, and Agriculture and that’s it. I think that is pretty accurate.

  3. Mike says:

    Anyone, other that Waterboy and CottonBall, think Gary may have a shot? It looks like he may get Tommy into a runoff. If that happens, I like his odds.

  4. gatormathis says:

    Put one in the Gary Black column for me. The last Ag race was close and this candidate should do a lot better.

    Consider commodity prices have been notoriously low for years, where has TI been?

    There is stimulation from the excitement that the near future might bring a new vision to the Ag Comm office. GB is known somewhat in all of Georgia, where most ag candidates have never been heard of. He went out early over a year ago seeking votes.

    GB has been in companies and committees where he directed things in a favorable manner, which carries over well to TI’s staff that he will make a good boss if elected.

    They are familiar with GB because he has been involved with agriculture for so long. Yes, they think about these things, because that is where their living comes from.

    Gary Black doesn’t come across to the Metro-Atlanta population as a country bumpkin, so they realize he will be a great consumer advocate as well.

    GB is talking bio fuel sources, a subject of today.

    TI has only worried not to tick off the oil companies he regulates the pumps for. I wonder how many contributions he has received from them.

  5. defnotrep says:

    Gatormathis,

    It’s so funny to talk about the oil companies regarding TI.

    The Bush/Cheney Administration has let big oil companies have their complete way.

    Only when it looked like the Repubs were going to lose this election cycle did they even begin to talk about an energy policy.

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