Does anyone still doubt November’s election will be a nailbiter?
If so the latest AJC/WSB poll should put that to bed.
From the AJC writeup:
The poll showed Kemp ahead of Abrams 47.7 percent to 46.3 percent, a statistically insignificant difference within the poll’s 2.8 percentage point margin of error. Libertarian Ted Metz had 2.3 percent of support, and a slim 4 percent of voters are undecided.
Republicans were likely to cheer the rising approval rating for President Donald Trump, which has edged up roughly 4 percentage points since the September poll, settling at 46.6 percent. His disapproval rating remains steady at about 50 percent.
And Democrats could point to Abrams’ strength among both independents and her party’s core supporters — both groups that she needs to rally to win the race. Her strategy depends on expanding the state’s electorate to capture left-leaning voters who often skip midterms.