In Georgia, a battleground state that President Biden won in 2020, the former President Trump and President Biden are now virtually tied according to a new poll.
A recent Atlanta Journal-Constitution poll shows that Trump, the front-runner for the GOP nomination, is polling at 45 percent to Biden’s 44 percent, which is within the poll’s margin of error.
Ninety-nine percent of Black voters in Georgia support Democrats, yet just 78 percent of Black voters in Georgia stated they would vote for Biden.
According to the study, 12% of Black voters stated they would support Trump.
Furthermore, according to the survey, 30% of independent voters favored Biden, and 5% stated they were still unsure about who would win in 2024.
The poll has a 3.1 percentage point margin of error and was conducted between October 26 and November 3.
Georgia’s polling comes during a challenging week for Biden.
According to a poll conducted by the New York Times and Siena College, Trump leads Biden in five of the six crucial battleground states—including Georgia—that will probably decide the winner of the 2024 election.
After former President Clinton did it in 1992, Biden became the first Democrat to win Georgia in a presidential contest with a close victory.
Georgia also played a significant role in the Democrats’ tenuous Senate majority following the victories of Sens. Jon Ossoff and Raphael Warnock in runoff elections.