A new report by a PAC supporting Democrat Sen. Raphael Warnock shows that the former football pro has taken a commanding lead in the Senate race to unseat Warnock.
The Washington Examiner reports:
In a survey of 2,500 registered voters, Walker led Warnock 51.4% to 41%, with 7.6% undecided. The senator’s problem appears to be President Joe Biden, whose job approval rating in this poll was 43.8% overall and 41.9% among independent voters. Voter dissatisfaction with Biden in turn generated a generic Senate ballot that preferred an unnamed Republican over an unnamed Democrat by a margin of 51.9% to 40%.
“The microtargeting project, which is likely the most expansive and detailed survey conducted in Georgia so far this cycle, shows the dominant position that Herschel Walker maintains over Raphael Warnock in the race for the U.S. Senate,” Republican pollster Blaise Hazelwood wrote in a memorandum for 34N22, the super PAC supporting Walker’s Senate bid.
The survey from the firm Grassroots Targeting, made available to the Washington Examiner on Tuesday, polled registered Georgia voters from April 3-16 using a mixture of landline and cellphone conversations and text message interviews. The margin of error was plus or minus 1.96 percentage points.
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