According to a new internal poll commissioned by Georgia Governor candidate Vernon Jones, he is closing the gap against sitting Governor Brian Kemp.
In the poll, Kemp holds a 39% to 35% lead, only a 4% difference.
Per The Hill “there are signs that Jones has room to grow his support further. Twenty-six percent of respondents said they are still undecided in the race, and overall, 55 percent said they are open to considering another candidate, compared to 35 percent who are committed to backing Kemp’s reelection in 2022.”
“Eighty-seven percent of GOP primary voters reported a favorable opinion of the former president, nearly twice as many as the 45 percent who said they have a favorable view of Kemp. Presented with a hypothetical endorsement from Trump, the poll shows Jones pulling ahead of Kemp, at 38 percent to 36 percent,” the report adds.