A Emerson college poll has Republican Senators leading their Democrat rivals in the critical Georgia runoff races.
Republican David Perdue leads Democrat Jon Ossoff by the margin of 51-48% with 1% undecided.
Republican Kelly Loeffler leads Democrat Raphael Warnock by the identical margin of 51%-48% with 1% undecided.
Director of Emerson College Polling Spencer Kimball concludes that “the data revealed there is little crossover support, which suggests one party should win both seats.”
By Age Support:
Those planning on voting early are split, with Perdue and Ossoff each receiving 49%. In the other contested election, Warnock is at 50% with Loeffler at 49%.
Sixty-one percent (61%) of those who have already voted break for Ossoff and Warnock, with 39% supporting the Republican candidates.
Election day voters are breaking for the Republicans, with 68% support for Perdue and 70% for Loeffler.