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YaBB God
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« on: May 11, 2020, 11:30:22 AM »

Survey was conducted March 12-21, 2020, they are teasing a new GA poll to be released early next week, so posting to monitor trends.

Looks like sample size was 3042, but unclear.

Ossoff 40
Purdue 39
Other/Undecided 20

Perdue 40
Tomlinson 39
Other/Undecided 21

Collins 41
Warnock 39
Other/Undecided 20

Loeffler 38
Warnock 38
Other/Undecided 24

(Dem primary voters only)
Ossoff 34
Tomlinson 21
Amico 18
Other/Undecided 27

They also have hypotheticals showing Abrams leading both Purdue and Collins.

YaBB God
Posts: 3,716

« Reply #1 on: May 11, 2020, 12:20:31 PM »

If undecideds in the Dem primary break the same way as the decided vote, Ossoff narrowly falls short of a first-round win and goes to a runoff with Tomlinson.

Both Ossoff and Tomlinson are on television, seems like Amico is still dark. Will be interesting to see the Dem primary numbers in their poll next week (if they ask it again).
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