Now that the field is set, the general election polling has begun.
We can start to get a much better idea of how conservatives are going to fare in November.
Considering that Georgia turned blue in 2018, it is nice to see Governor Kemp leading the way early in the latest Georgia polls.
Grabbing the Lead
I have stated all along that Abrams was not going to be an easy out.
This was one of the reasons I was so adamant that David Perdue was not the man for the job.
Perdue lost a senate election against a no-name candidate, so how could he possibly beat someone with the following that Abrams has?
Kemp’s campaign was happy to see the East Carolina University’s Center for Survey Research poll.
His campaign stated, “With record inflation, skyrocketing gas prices, and economic disaster around every corner thanks to Democrat policies, Georgians know they can’t afford four years of the Biden-Abrams agenda in our state.
“We look forward to contrasting their disastrous agenda with Governor Kemp’s record of keeping Georgia the best place to live, work, and raise a family all the way through November.”
I understand that Abrams has asked Joe Biden to campaign with her, which is great news for Kemp. The more of Joe we see in this state, the better.
I would also recommend that Trump make nice here. He does not have to kiss and make up, but he needs to make it clear sitting on the couch is not an option in this election just because his guy lost.
Conservatives must vote for Kemp here.
The news was not so good for Herschel Walker, who was dead even with Senator Warnock at 46 percent.
Walker will have to step up his game with black voters, with Warnock polling at 83 percent (29 percent among white voters).
If Walker can make a dent there, he should get this election, so do not be surprised to see him push a more moderate agenda that will not upset white voters to try to win over the minority vote in the state.
Georgia is clearly far more liberal than it ever has been, so don’t expect a walk in any of these races.
Source: Daily Caller