Landmark Communications conducted a poll of the GOP races for statewide offices, exclusively for CBS-46 in Atlanta. It’s not a surprise that Governor Kemp leads former Senator David Perdue, but his lead in this poll is wider than we’ve seen in other polls. Here are the results for that race:
Kemp leads Perdue 52.0% to 27.5% with Kandiss Taylor at 9.9%.
This poll is now included in the Real Clear Politics Average, where you can see Kemp’s lead increasing over time. The closest Perdue has been was back in January.
For Lieutenant Governor Burt Jones polls at 28.5%, Butch Miller has 12.3%, but 53.9% of voters say they are undecided.
The primary race for Secretary of State looks to be headed for a runoff with Jody Hice leading with 34.7% followed by Brad Raffensperger at 18.3%, and David Belle Isle at 10.3%.
Attorney General Chris Carr is doubling up John Gordon 31.9% to 16.5%, but 51.6% are undecided.
Commissioner of Insurance John King at 25.1% has a substantial lead over Patrick Witt and Ben Cowart at 6.2% and 4.7% respectively. However, 64.1% are undecided.
Richard Woods leads John Barge 30.0% to 17.4% in the race for State School Superintendent. 52.6% of voters are undecided.
In the GOP race for Labor Commissioner Bruce Thompson polls at 13.1% to Mike Coan’s 5.7% and Kartik Bhatt’s 3.8%. 77.4% of Republicans remain undecided.
You won’t be surprised to learn that Herschel Walker leads the pack of Republicans seeking the GOP nomination for U.S. Senate. Walker polls at 64.2% followed by Gary Black (8.8%), Latham Saddler (5.1%), Kelvin King (4.4%), Josh Clark (3.1%), and Jon McColumn (0.4%). Only 14% of Republicans say they are undecided in this race.
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