UPDATED Aug. 11, 2022, at 8:18 PM

Latest Polls

Looking for our forecast? Click me!

Fivey holding a U.S. flag
2022 Logo
Recent polling average updates
Filter by poll type or state

Who’s ahead in the Georgia governor race?

An updating average, accounting for each poll’s quality, recency, sample size and partisan lean.

DatesSamplei

SAMPLE TYPES

A

ADULTS

V

VOTERS

LV

LIKELY VOTERS

RV

REGISTERED VOTERS

PollsterResultNet result
Datesi

SAMPLE TYPES

A

ADULTS

V

VOTERS

LV

LIKELY VOTERS

RV

REGISTERED VOTERS

PollsterResult

Governor, Georgia, 2022
Icon indicating this set of polls has an average.AVG.

420LV
Jul.26-Aug.1
420LV
Abrams
47%
Abrams
47%

Abrams

47%

Kemp

47%
47%
Kemp  Even
750LV
Jul.26-27
750LV
Abrams
44%
Abrams
44%

Abrams

44%

Kemp

49%

Hazel

3%
49%
KempKemp+5
901RV
Jul.22-26
901RV
Abrams
44%
Abrams
44%

Abrams

44%

Kemp

47%
47%
Kemp  Kemp+3
604LV
Jul.21-24
604LV
Abrams
44%
Abrams
44%

Abrams

44%

Kemp

45%
45%
Kemp  Kemp+1
902LV
Jul.14-22
902LV
Abrams
43%
Abrams
43%

Abrams

43%

Kemp

48%

Bartell

1%

Hazel

1%
48%
KempKemp+5
Icon indicating this set of polls has an average.avg.

Indicates a polling average for this poll type

Candidate is an incumbent

Partisan types

Democratic-funded

Republican-funded

Other party-funded

Campaign poll

The position of the flag indicates whether the organization is partisan. Organizations are considered partisan if they operate on behalf of a candidate, party, campaign committee, PAC, super PAC, hybrid PAC, 501(c)(4), 501(c)(5) or 501(c)(6) organization that conducts a large majority of its political activity on behalf of one political party.

No matching polls

More on the polls
Read about how we use polls
Our Polls Policy And FAQs
Download the data
Download