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Polls ending June 8, 2022

President: general election, Georgia, 2024

868RV
Jun.6-9
868RV
Biden
40%
Biden
40%

Biden

40%

Trump Sr.

47%
47%
Trump Sr.  Trump Sr.+7

U.S. Senate, Georgia, 2022
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868RV
Jun.6-9
868RV
Warnock
47%
Warnock
47%

Warnock

47%

Walker

47%
47%
Walker  Warnock+1

Governor, Georgia, 2022
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868RV
Jun.6-9
868RV
Abrams
45%
Abrams
45%

Abrams

45%

Kemp

51%
51%
Kemp  Kemp+6

April 26, 2022

U.S. Senate, Georgia, 2022
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1,278LV
Apr.22-27
1,278LV
Warnock
50%
Warnock
50%

Warnock

50%

Walker

45%
45%
Walker  Warnock+5

Governor, Georgia, 2022
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1,278LV
Apr.22-27
1,278LV
Abrams
46%
Abrams
46%

Abrams

46%

Perdue

49%
49%
Perdue  Perdue+3
1,278LV
Apr.22-27
1,278LV
Abrams
45%
Abrams
45%

Abrams

45%

Kemp

50%
50%
Kemp  Kemp+5

April 15, 2022

U.S. Senate, Georgia, 2022
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2,500RV
Apr.3-16
2,500RV
Warnock
41%
Warnock
41%

Warnock

41%

Walker

51%
51%
Walker  Walker+10

April 9, 2022

President: Republican primary, Georgia, 2024

600LV
Apr.6-10
600LV
DeSantis
39%
DeSantis
39%

DeSantis

39%

Cruz

9%

Pence

7%

Haley

6%

Pompeo

4%

Noem

2%

T. Scott

2%
9%
CruzDeSantis+29
600LV
Apr.6-10
600LV
Trump Sr.
43%
Trump Sr.
43%

Trump Sr.

43%

DeSantis

20%

Haley

6%

Cruz

6%

Pence

5%

Pompeo

2%

Noem

2%

T. Scott

1%
20%
DeSantisTrump Sr.+23

April 8, 2022

Governor, Georgia, 2022
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800LV
Apr.6-9
800LV
Abrams
48%
Abrams
48%

Abrams

48%

Perdue

47%
47%
Perdue  Abrams+1
800LV
Apr.6-9
800LV
Abrams
44%
Abrams
44%

Abrams

44%

Kemp

50%
50%
Kemp  Kemp+6
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