Just in from Public Policy Polling:
PPP’s newest Georgia poll finds that both of the state’s Senate seats appear headed for runoffs. In the regular Senate election Jon Ossoff is getting 44% to 43% for David Perdue, with Libertarian Shane Hazel’s 4% well exceeding the difference between the two of them.
In the special Senate election, Raphael Warnock continues to grow his support and now has a 17 point lead over the rest of the field at 41% to 24% for Kelly Loeffler and 22% for Doug Collins. The other Democratic candidates are non entities at this point- Matt Lieberman comes in at 3% and Ed Tarver gets less than 1%.
Warnock is proving to be easily the most popular of the major candidates in the field. He has a +17 net favorability rating at 43/26. By contrast Kelly Loeffler has a -11 net approval rating at 31/42 and Doug Collins has a -4 net favorability rating at 32/36.
Our new Georgia poll suggests we’re headed for 2 Senate runoffs in January-
Ossoff 44, Perdue 43, Hazel 4
Warnock 41, Loeffler 24, Collins 22, Lieberman 3:https://t.co/YcEbbJas7S
— PublicPolicyPolling (@ppppolls) October 10, 2020