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SHARYL DAWES & RICHARD WOODS TOP STATE SCHOOL SUPERINTENDENT POLL
Sharyl Dawes – 7.5% Richard Woods – 6.1% Mike Buck – 4.9% Mary Kaye Baccallo – 4.8% Ashley Bell – 4.6% Fitz Johnson – 3.5% Allen Fort – 2.1% Kira Willis – 1.4% Nancy Jester – 0.7% Undecided – 64.4%
(Atlanta, GA) — Former educator and former Chairman of the Gwinnett Republican Party Sharyl Dawes is showing a marginal lead over Richard Woods of Irwin County in a hotly contested race for Georgia’s next State School Superintendent. Sharyl Dawes and Richard Woods statistically tied within the margin of error in the The Grand Public Affairs Consulting’s survey conducted on May 11, 2014. Sharyl Dawes shows the highest percentage with 7.5% backing her while Richard Woods remains in a close second with 6.1%. The survey of 562 known Republican primary voters was conducted independent of any of the nine candidate teams by The Grand Public Affairs Consulting, LLC, in Atlanta, Georgia and has a margin of error of 4.1%.
Mike Buck, however, shows a strong lead amongst purely male voters with 8.9% support, while Sharyl Dawes and Richard Woods show similar support amongst females with 8.0% and 7.7% support respectively.
Mike Buck, Mary Kaye Baccallo, and Ashley Bell are all virtually tied for third place with 4.9%, 4.8% and 4.6 % respectively. However, Ashley Bell shows a bit of an advantage amongst the younger crowd as voters ages 18-39 show 16.5% support versus an even 8.9% for both Buck and Baccallo.
The Grand Public Affairs Consulting conducted this statewide poll on May 11, 2014 of 562 known Republican Primary voters in Georgia. Only voters who completed the survey in its entirety were tabulated in the results. The results reflect only respondents who stated that they intend to vote in the 2014 Primary Election. The poll was conducted by telephone using IVR technology. The margin of error of the survey is 4.1%. To be consistent with previous and projected voter turnout, results are weighted based on age and gender.