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Who’s ahead in the Georgia Senate race?

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U.S. Senate, Georgia, 2022

888LV
Nov.28-30
888LV
Warnock
51%
Warnock
51%

Warnock

51%

Walker

49%
49%
Walker  Warnock+2
862LV
Nov.26-27
862LV
Warnock
47%
Warnock
47%

Warnock

47%

Walker

48%
48%
Walker  Walker+1
939LV
Nov.23-26
939LV
Warnock
50%
Warnock
50%

Warnock

50%

Walker

50%
50%
Walker  Even
500LV
Nov.11-17
500LV
Warnock
51%
Warnock
51%

Warnock

51%

Walker

47%
47%
Walker  Warnock+4
1,214LV
Nov.4-7
1,214LV
Warnock
46%
Warnock
46%

Warnock

46%

Walker

47%

Oliver

5%
47%
WalkerEven
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