Republican Herschel Walker has a slight lead over Democrat Raphael Warnock in Georgia’s Senate race, poll finds

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Peter Kavinsky

Former University of Georgia running back Herschel Walker has a slight lead over Democratic senator Raphael Warnock with less than a month to go before the scheduled debate, according to a new poll.

The poll found that 46% of voters prefer Walker, while 44% prefer Warnock, who won a special election early last year to fill the remainder of the late Senator Johnny Isakson’s term and is now running for six years. deadline.

Warnock leads among women voters, 45 to 43 points, and among voters aged 18 to 29, 50.4 to 30 percent. While 77.2% of black voters support Warnock, 9.2% support Walker.

The University of Georgia School of Public and International Affairs and The Atlanta Journal Constitution conducted the survey of 861 likely midterm voters between September 5 and 16. The survey had a margin of error of 3.3. Percent.

Walker, on the other hand, leads with male voters, who support him with 49.3% to 43.1%, as well as with voters between 45 and 64 and with voters aged 65 and over. Walker also has an advantage with white votes, with 64.5% preferring him compared to 27.7% preferring Warnock.

Voters are split by education level, as voters with a high school education or less prefer Walker, 56.4% to 35.6%. And 48.9% of voters with some college education prefer Walker. But 57.1% of voters with a college degree or more prefer Warnock.

Research comes before Warnock and Walker agreeing to a debate on October 14, after months of discussions on a formal debate.

Walker sought to dampen expectations ahead of next month’s debate against senior pastor at the Baptist church Ebenezer.

“I’m not that smart,” he told reporters. “And he is that preacher. He’s a smart man, wear those nice suits. So he’s going to show up and embarrass me at the October 14th debate. And I’m just waiting. I will show up. I will do my best.”

Former University of Georgia running back Herschel Walker has a slight lead over Democratic senator Raphael Warnock with less than a month to go before the scheduled debate, according to a new poll.

The poll found that 46% of voters prefer Walker, while 44% prefer Warnock, who won a special election early last year to fill the remainder of the late Senator Johnny Isakson’s term and is now running for six years. deadline.

Warnock leads among women voters, 45 to 43 points, and among voters aged 18 to 29, 50.4 to 30 percent. While 77.2% of black voters support Warnock, 9.2% support Walker.

The University of Georgia School of Public and International Affairs and The Atlanta Journal Constitution conducted the survey of 861 likely midterm voters between September 5 and 16. The survey had a margin of error of 3.3. Percent.

Walker, on the other hand, leads with male voters, who support him with 49.3% to 43.1%, as well as with voters between 45 and 64 and with voters aged 65 and over. Walker also has an advantage with white votes, with 64.5% preferring him compared to 27.7% preferring Warnock.

Voters are split by education level, as voters with a high school education or less prefer Walker, 56.4% to 35.6%. And 48.9% of voters with some college education prefer Walker. But 57.1% of voters with a college degree or more prefer Warnock.

Research comes before Warnock and Walker agreeing to a debate on October 14, after months of discussions on a formal debate.

Walker sought to dampen expectations ahead of next month’s debate against senior pastor at the Baptist church Ebenezer.

“I’m not that smart,” he told reporters. “And he is that preacher. He’s a smart man, wear those nice suits. So he’s going to show up and embarrass me at the October 14th debate. And I’m just waiting. I will show up. I will do my best.”

Former University of Georgia running back Herschel Walker has a slight lead over Democratic senator Raphael Warnock with less than a month to go before the scheduled debate, according to a new poll.

The poll found that 46% of voters prefer Walker, while 44% prefer Warnock, who won a special election early last year to fill the remainder of the late Senator Johnny Isakson’s term and is now running for six years. deadline.

Warnock leads among women voters, 45 to 43 points, and among voters aged 18 to 29, 50.4 to 30 percent. While 77.2% of black voters support Warnock, 9.2% support Walker.

The University of Georgia School of Public and International Affairs and The Atlanta Journal Constitution conducted the survey of 861 likely midterm voters between September 5 and 16. The survey had a margin of error of 3.3. Percent.

Walker, on the other hand, leads with male voters, who support him with 49.3% to 43.1%, as well as with voters between 45 and 64 and with voters aged 65 and over. Walker also has an advantage with white votes, with 64.5% preferring him compared to 27.7% preferring Warnock.

Voters are split by education level, as voters with a high school education or less prefer Walker, 56.4% to 35.6%. And 48.9% of voters with some college education prefer Walker. But 57.1% of voters with a college degree or more prefer Warnock.

Research comes before Warnock and Walker agreeing to a debate on October 14, after months of discussions on a formal debate.

Walker sought to dampen expectations ahead of next month’s debate against senior pastor at the Baptist church Ebenezer.

“I’m not that smart,” he told reporters. “And he is that preacher. He’s a smart man, wear those nice suits. So he’s going to show up and embarrass me at the October 14th debate. And I’m just waiting. I will show up. I will do my best.”

Former University of Georgia running back Herschel Walker has a slight lead over Democratic senator Raphael Warnock with less than a month to go before the scheduled debate, according to a new poll.

The poll found that 46% of voters prefer Walker, while 44% prefer Warnock, who won a special election early last year to fill the remainder of the late Senator Johnny Isakson’s term and is now running for six years. deadline.

Warnock leads among women voters, 45 to 43 points, and among voters aged 18 to 29, 50.4 to 30 percent. While 77.2% of black voters support Warnock, 9.2% support Walker.

The University of Georgia School of Public and International Affairs and The Atlanta Journal Constitution conducted the survey of 861 likely midterm voters between September 5 and 16. The survey had a margin of error of 3.3. Percent.

Walker, on the other hand, leads with male voters, who support him with 49.3% to 43.1%, as well as with voters between 45 and 64 and with voters aged 65 and over. Walker also has an advantage with white votes, with 64.5% preferring him compared to 27.7% preferring Warnock.

Voters are split by education level, as voters with a high school education or less prefer Walker, 56.4% to 35.6%. And 48.9% of voters with some college education prefer Walker. But 57.1% of voters with a college degree or more prefer Warnock.

Research comes before Warnock and Walker agreeing to a debate on October 14, after months of discussions on a formal debate.

Walker sought to dampen expectations ahead of next month’s debate against senior pastor at the Baptist church Ebenezer.

“I’m not that smart,” he told reporters. “And he is that preacher. He’s a smart man, wear those nice suits. So he’s going to show up and embarrass me at the October 14th debate. And I’m just waiting. I will show up. I will do my best.”

Peter Kavinsky

Peter Kavinsky is the Executive Editor at cablefreetv.org

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