POLL: Abrams Trailing Both Republican Candidates

It would appear that Stacey Abrams’ 15 minutes have come and gone.

Abrams had her moment during the 2018 Georgia governor’s election.

She came within a whisper of defeating Kemp, and that is where it will end for her if current polling is accurate.

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When Abrams ran for governor, many questioned how she could manage a state when she could not even manage her own checkbook.

She was deep in debt and had an extremist agenda in a traditionally conservative state.

Yet, the people of Georgia despised Trump so much that they wanted blue and not red to rule.

That trend continued in 2020 when two Democrats shocked the country and won both Senate seats.

Well, blue has had the country for less than two years, and Georgians have seen enough.

In the latest The Hill/Emerson poll, Abrams gets defeated no matter who runs against her.

Kemp is leading her 51 to 44 percent.

Even the weak David Perdue, who is facing off against Kemp in the primary, is beating her 49 to 44.

Kemp beat Abrams by 1.4 percent in 2018, but people clearly want no parts of Abrams this time around.

Kemp, generally considered a weak incumbent, has a considerable lead over Abrams, which says a lot about how badly Democrats have managed things.

It has probably not helped Abrams’ case that she has somehow turned into a millionaire without actually having a job in just four years.

She has exploited the political world to line her pockets and people see that it is not about the mission for Abrams, but it surely is about her bottom line.

With Abrams accumulating that wealth while the rest of the country struggles, well, that is just a slap in the face, and one that Georgians apparently did not like very much.

Source: The Hill


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