She’s lost five points to David Perdue, who now leads 48% to 45%.
Worst of all–Perdue’s shaved 11 points off Nunn’s lead with women and he now trails by a mere two-point margin. Granted this is one poll and there’s a ton of much smarter poll watchers than me (literally anyone else) but I just don’t see how she can win if she has virtually no lead among women.
Perude also has a 10-point advantage with early voters, according to the survey.
Oh, and to top things off, Perdue has solidified the GOP vote.
Deal and Carter remain at 46% and 44% respectively, with the Governor having a nine-point lead with early voters.
Going down the ballot, there’s little optimism for Democrats.
The Republicans lead by five in the AG and State School Superintendent race and nine and 11 points for Lite Gov and SoS respectively.
Agriculture, Insurance and Labor commissioners races were not polled.
You know you want to dissect every little piece of info in the poll. You know you want to do it in the comments.