New Poll Shows Who Will Probably Win Georgia’s Senate Race

New Poll Indicates Close Race Between Warnock And Walker

( – A survey conducted on behalf of the AARP found Democrat Senator Raphael Warnock holds a slight lead over Republican challenger Herschel Walker in next Tuesday’s runoff election in Georgia.

According to the survey released last Tuesday, Warnock leads Walker by 4 points, 51 percent to 47 percent.

Among voters 18 to 49 years of age, Warnock has a massive 24-point lead over Walker while voters ages 50 and older prefer Walker by 9 points.

Fifty-one percent of respondents said they have a favorable opinion of Senator Warnock while only 45 percent have a favorable opinion of Herschel Walker.

The survey also found that Georgia voters have a lower opinion of President Joe Biden than they do of former President Donald Trump. Biden’s approval rating among respondents was only 43 percent while approval for Trump’s job as president was 48 percent.

The vast majority of respondents, 70 percent, believe the country is headed in the wrong direction while only 49 percent said Georgia is headed in the wrong direction.

Since the survey was conducted by AARP, voters over fifty were asked to rate what they believe is the leading issue in deciding whom to vote for in next week’s runoff. Surprisingly, the top issue was a tie, with 16 percent of respondents over 50 choosing “threats to democracy” and inflation and rising prices as the most important issues.

Social Security and Medicare meanwhile came in second place with 11 percent.

Among Republicans over 50, 26 percent said Inflation was the top issue while 29 percent of Democrats chose “threats to democracy.”

The vast majority of voters over 50, 90 percent, said they are extremely motivated to vote in next week’s runoff.

The AARP survey was conducted by the bipartisan team of pollsters Fabrizio Ward and Impact Research from November 11 to November 17.

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