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31 July 2008

Insider Advantage Poll: Obama Down By 4 In Georgia

Insider Advantage Georgia is out with a new poll today that suggests that the Obama campaign's investment in Georgia may be paying off.

With more than twenty paid staffers and over a million dollars in television spots in the Peach State, the Democrats' presumptive presidential nominee should be all smiles knowing that he is only four points behind Republican John McCain; a state that McCain is supposed to be comfortably leading in.

The Insider Advantage/Majority Opinion Research poll was conducted on July 29th, has a survey size of 544 registered voters, and a margin of error of +/- 4%.

McCain - 45%
Obama - 41%
Barr - 5%
Undecided - 9%

Source: Insider Advantage Georgia, "Why Obama's Forces Think Georgia Is In Play", July 31, 2008