Skip to comments.Strategic Vision: Georgia: Bush 58%, Kerry 35%, Nader 1%; Senate: Isakson 53%, Majette 38%
Posted on 09/15/2004 7:56:03 AM PDT by GAGOPSWEEPTOVICTORY
Below are the results of a four-day poll of likely voters in the state of Georgia for the presidential race. Results are based on telephone interviews with 801 registered voters in Georgia, aged 18+, and released as indicated below. For results based on this sample, one can say with 95% confidence that the margin of sampling error is ±3 percentage points.
1. If the election were held today, would you vote for BushCheney or KerryEdwards?
2. If the election were held today, would you vote for BushCheney, KerryEdwards, or NaderCamejo?
3. If the election were held today, would you vote for Republican Johnny Isakson, Democrat Denise Majette, or Libertarian Allen Buckley for United States Senate?
14. Do you intend to prohibit vote yes or no to a proposed state constitutional amendment that would ban same-sex marriages in Georgia?
Hurrican Ivan really worries me. The states that will be hit hardest are the red states. I wonder what effect it will have on Nov 3. Voter turnout is extremely important.
What??? Bush is only 58%? Based on the number of Kerry vs. Bush bumper stickers here in N. metro ATL I would expect Bush to be at least 90%.....
The only Kerry stickers I've seen on cars have been driven by very ugly, hairy looking women.....
I wish I was in your area of the North Metro. All I see are mainly Kerry stickers in Cynthia McKinney country (North/Central DeKalb).
I don't wonder what effect the hurricane will have on the November 3rd election, but I do wonder what effect the hurricane will have on the November 2nd election.
Yep. Luckily there aren't that many crazies in our state.
It's hillarious though, I mistated Kerry's favorables in GA.. only one out of every three voters in Georgia (33%)looks upon Kerry favorably a three point drop since the last poll.
Kerry truly is toxic in Georgia. I don't think we'll be seeing Majette invoking his name or looking upon Thurston Howell Kerry for much help.
Majette was stupid - no way would she win the Senate, and she gave up her seat in Congress to run, thus giving us McKinney again. Thanks a lot!
yeah. I don't understand Majette's logic, unless she has another job locked up.
Georgia is nicely trending Republican on the state level and Majette is going to be left out in the cold. It's not like she'd get a judicial appointment if she loses in a Bush administration.
My county, Forsyth, goes Republican with about 85% of the vote. I can't recall ever seeing a declared Democrat running in a local election. In a recent one, there was a former Democrat who attempted to sneak in as a Republican.
Bush should be growing nice long coattails about now.
This bodes well for the President's coattails in other states!!
Ah, I see you've met my neighbor here in Powder Springs...
I was ITP (inside the perimeter) yesterday in Grant Park and was amazed by the number of Kerry stickers, "War isn't the Answer" yard signs, and rainbow flags. It's like a different planet from West Cobb.
We went to a church picnic there this weekend and noticed the same thing. It's like a different planet from the metro Atlanta suburbs. If you lived there, you'd probably believe the CBS memos were authentic.
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