More than half — 52% — of likely voters in Georgia say they plan to support incumbent Sen. Raphael Warnock, D-Ga., in Tuesday's runoff, compared to 48% who say they will back Republican Herschel Walker, according to a news CNN poll, conducted by SSRS.
Here are how the results, released on Friday, break down:
- 95% of Republicans say they will vote for Walker, compared to 99% of Democrats, who say they will vote for Warnock.
- 61% of independents support Warnock, compared to 36% who plan to back Walker. But CNN cautioned independents made up only 17% of those polled.
- 69% of white voters say they plan to vote for Walker, compared to 30% who say they back Warnock.
- 96% of Black voters say they will support Warnock, while 3% say they will vote for Walker.
- 83% of Warnock's supporters say they are casting ballots to back him, compared to 17% who say they will vote for him just to oppose Walker.
- 52% of those backing Walker say their vote is more to support him, while 47% say it is to oppose Warnock.
The poll, conducted Nov. 25-29, surveyed 1,336 likely voters. It has a margin of error of plus or minus 3.8 percentage points.
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