July 15, 2014

Poll Watch: PPP (D) Georgia 2014 Senatorial Survey

PPP (D) Georgia 2014 Senate Poll

GENERAL ELECTION

  • Michelle Nunn (D) 44% {45%} [44%] (40%)
  • Jack Kingston (R) 41% {45%} [42%] (38%)
  • Not sure 15% {10%} [14%] (21%)
  • Michelle Nunn (D) 48% {48%} (40%)
  • David Perdue (R) 41% {46%} (40%)
  • Not sure 10% {7%} (21%)

Among Men

  • Jack Kingston (R) 47% {48%} [44%] (44%)
  • Michelle Nunn (D) 43% {44%} [41%] (35%)
  • Not sure 11% {7%} [15%] (21%)
  • David Perdue (R) 49% {48%} (43%)
  • Michelle Nunn (D) 44% {48%} (35%)
  • Not sure 7% {4%} (21%)

Among Women 

  • Michelle Nunn (D) 46% {45%} [47%] (45%)
  • Jack Kingston (R) 36% {43%} [40%] (33%)
  • Not sure 18% {13%} [13%] (22%)
  • Michelle Nunn (D) 51% {47%} (44%)
  • David Perdue (R) 35% {44%} (36%)
  • Not sure 13% {9%} (20%)

Among Whites

  • Jack Kingston (R) 55% {63%} [54%] (49%)
  • Michelle Nunn (D) 32% {29%} [33%] (30%)
  • Not sure 12% {8%} [12%] (21%)
  • David Perdue (R) 57% {62%} (51%)
  • Michelle Nunn (D) 32% {31%} (29%)
  • Not sure 11% {7%} (20%)

Among Blacks

  • Michelle Nunn (D) 71% {76%} [69%] (71%)
  • Jack Kingston (R) 11% {14%} [13%] (8%)
  • Not sure 18% {10%} [18%] (21%)
  • Michelle Nunn (D) 86% {79%} (72%)
  • David Perdue (R) 7% {15%} (8%)
  • Not sure 7% {6%} (20%)

REPUBLICAN PRIMARY RUNOFF 

  • Jack Kingston 47% {46%}
  • David Perdue 41% {34%}
  • Not sure 13% {20%} 

Survey of 664 Georgia voters, including a subsample of 516 likely Republican primary runoff voters, was conducted July 9-13, 2014 for Better Georgia. Party ID: 39% {42%} [38%] (39%) Republican; 35% {39%} [38%] (38%) Democrat; 26% {20%} [24%] (23%) Independent/Other.  Ideology: 34% {28%} Moderate; 22% {26%} Somewhat conservative; 22% {24%} Very conservative; 13% {14%} Somewhat liberal; 8% {8%} Very liberal.  Gender: 53% {53%} [53%] (53%) Women; 47% {47%} [47%] (47%) Men.  Race: 67% {64%} [66%] (71%) White; 27% {27%} [27%] (24%) Black. Results from the poll conducted May 21-22, 2014 are in curly brackets.  Results from the poll conducted January 24-26, 2014 are in square brackets.  Results from the poll conducted August 2-5, 2013 are in parentheses..

-Data compilation and analysis courtesy of The Argo Journal

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4 Responses to “Poll Watch: PPP (D) Georgia 2014 Senatorial Survey”

  1. Dave Says:

    Given that Perdue is up by 25 points among whites and down 79 points among blacks, one might think that blacks have something against successful businessmen. If Perdue wins the Primary, he will have to start campaigning hard in the black community, letting them know what conservatism has to offer them.

    Of course, Jack will need to do the same, but his problem isn’t as bad. And, he wouldn’t have as much in the way of resources with which to do it.

  2. Ohio JOE Says:

    Mr. Perdue may be a decent businessman, but he is a bit of a loose cannon when it come to politics. He will have a difficult time exciting the base after his recent behavior.

  3. warren Says:

    Any day now the lamestream press is going to realize that the Georgia and Kentucky senate races are competitive while Michigan and Colorado ain’t.

  4. Mister Owl Says:

    1. well, the black community as a whole does better under democrats than republicans so i think there is very little wiggle room there. maybe the GOP candidates can make some gain amongst white voters, though.

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