Landmark Communications has released the following poll results, conducted last night, for many of the statewide races. Their press release:
(Duluth)—Landmark Communications Inc. has released Georgia’s most detailed analysis to date of statewide voter opinions leading up to the Nov. 2 general election.
In the race for governor, Republican Nathan Deal is leading Democratic Roy Barnes 47 percent to 39 percent. Libertarian John Monds carries 4 percent, which is slightly higher than the traditional Libertarian vote.
Results for other notable races:
Republican Johnny Isakson is defeating Democrat Michael Thurmond by a 56-35 percent margin. Libertarian Chuck Donovan carries 2 percent.
Republican Casey Cagle is winning his re-election by a substantial margin. Cagle currently carries 50 percent of the vote to Democrat Carol Porter’s 34 percent.
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Republican Ralph Hudgens is winning 54 percent of the vote against Democrat Mary Squires’ 28 percent. Libertarian Shane Bruce carries 4 percent.
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Republican Gary Black is winning by a 48 percent to 32 percent margin over Democrat J.B. Powell. Libertarian Kevin Cherry carries 3 percent.
Landmark surveyed randomly selected active Georgia voters, and only those saying they will “definitely vote” or are “likely vote” were included in final results. A total of 3,277 voters participated and completed all questions during an Oct. 19 telephone survey. The margin of error of the survey is plus or minus 1.71 percent.