Jack Kingston Leads, Nathan Deal Tied with Jason Carter in New Poll

July 14, 2014 14:28 pm

by Jon Richards · 1 comment

Public Policy Polling is out with new numbers in the Georgia Senate and Governor’s races in a new poll. The AJC’s Greg Bluestein has the details:

The survey, commissioned by Better Georgia, has Kingston with 47 percent among Republican voters and Perdue trailing with 41 percent. The remainder are undecided.

The poll involved a July 9-12 survey of 516 Republican runoff voters who said they would “definitely” cast ballots on July 22.

In the Gubernatorial race, Nathan Deal leads Jason Carter by a narrow margin, 41%-40%.

There is no margin of error I could find listed for either the Senate or Governor poll.

Early voting has already begun in the Senate runoff. We understand there may be one more poll out before Runoff Election Day on July 22nd.

KD_fiscal conservative July 14, 2014 at 10:45 pm

“Kingston with 47 percent among Republican voters and Perdue trailing with 41 percent”

Seems much more reasonable than the absurd ‘SuperPoll’ cranked out by Towery showing the candidates tied.

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