A new political poll shows Georgia's November races are too close to call just yet.
Nearly 1,600 Georgia voters completed the survey. It showed current governor Nathan Deal slightly ahead of democratic challenger Jason Carter. Democratic senate Candidate Michelle Nunn is two points ahead of republican David Perdue. Thirty percent of those polled were African American. About the same as the expected percent of the vote in November.
The other group candidates are focusing on are women, who made up 54 percent of the poll.
It's rather ironic because we remember the days when wives were voting the way their husbands said. Those days have clearly changed.
Doctor Easton says women are where Michelle Nunn has the advantage. Gapundit.com editors agree saying she has an upset than Jason Carter.
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