Two national polling firms tested the Georgia electorate soon before or right after the July 24th Republican run-off election, and both find a 46-44% split between Democrat Stacey Abrams and Republican Secretary of State Brian Kemp. But, each pollster sees a different leader. Survey USA, polling for WXIA television in Atlanta (7/15-19; 1,199 GA likely voters), found Mr. Kemp with the 46-44% advantage. Gravis Marketing, just releasing their new survey (7/27-29; 650 GA likely voters) finds Ms. Abrams holding the same margin and finding. Obviously, this general election contest is beginning on an even footing.
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