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02 March 2010

New Poll: Most Democrats, Republicans Undecided On Gubernatorial Candidates

Insider Advantage Georgia released a new set of polls Tuesday that shows most Democrats and Republicans are undecided on their Party's choice for governor.

In the race for the GOP nomination, 36% of those questions say they are undecided. On the Democratic side, 48% are undecided.

Here are the numbers:

The Republican primary survey was conducted Sunday night and includes results from 946 registered, likely voters. It has a margin of error of plus or minus 3.1 percentage points.

The results:

John Oxendine: 27%
Karen Handel: 13%
Nathan Deal: 9%
Eric Johnson: 7%
Other: 8%
Undecided/No Opinion: 36%

The results from 664 registered voters who said if the election were held today they would choose a Democratic ballot:

Barnes: 36%
Baker: 7%
Porter: 3%
Poythress: 2%
Other: 4%
No opinion/Undecided: 48%

Towery, Matt (2010-3-2). Oxendine, Barnes Continue To Lead In Gubernatorial Primaries. Insider Advantage. Retrieved on 2010-3-2.