132,673 voters in Georgia have requested absentee ballots and 33,340 have actually returned them as votes.
Early voting has not begun as of this posting. Therefore absentee ballots are the primary measure by which we can gauge likely election results.
69% of voters who have requested absentee ballots are white, 24% are black. Of those 33,450 who have actually returned the ballots and voted, 74% are white and 21% are black.
17,718 of those who have actually returned their ballots have voted in at least one Republican Primary since 2006; 14,285 have voted in at least one Democratic Primary since 2006.
Just isolating Gwinnett County as an example: In Gwinnett, 83% of those who have actually cast an absentee ballot are white. This is substantially larger than the overall county voter demographic. The disparity is likely for two reasons: one is that normally older voters are more likely than younger voters to cast ballots by absentee ballot, and younger voters in Gwinnett tend to be more minority. Second, and this is just a subjective opinion: there seems to be a real enthusiasm gap between Conservatives and Republicans who want to send President Obama packing, and Democrats who want to keep him in office.