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Polling from the Georgia senate race

on August 6 | in In Focus | by | with Comments Off

The chart below is from Gapundit.com.

We’ll be taking an in depth look at this later in the week, but this is a great place to start.

And here is a poll from the public policy poll on the Georgia senate race.  zpolitics and Ga Pundit think the PPP poll is laughable.

And this from Politico:

Republicans Phil Gingrey and David Perdue posted the strongest numbers against Democrat Michelle Nunn in a new survey by Democratic firm Public Policy Polling, with Gingrey and Nunn tied 41-41 and Perdue and Nunn tied 40-40. Nunn polled two points ahead of Republicans Karen Handel and Jack Kingston. Against other Republicans, it was Nunn 41, Paul Broun 36; Nunn 42, Derrick Grayson 36; Nunn 42, Eugene Yu 35. The numbers reflect an obviously tight race; they could also partly reflect Nunn’s name recognition and the large and thus far undefined Republican field. PPP was in the field Aug. 2-4 and surveyed 520 Georgia voters. The margin of error was +/-4.3 percent.

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