Republican Herschel Walker holds a ten-point lead over far-left incumbent Senator Raphael Warnock (D-GA) in a hypothetical game for the US Senate seat in Georgia, according to a recent poll conducted by a pro-Walker super PAC. .
34N22, the pro-Walker super PAC, conducted a poll showing the former soccer star with a ten-point lead over the far-left incumbent. The polling pattern showed Walker with 51.4% to Warnock’s 41%.
The poll also showed President Joe Biden and the Democratic Senate had similar job approval numbers in the state, both underwater. Biden’s approval as president showed him only 43.8% approval and 52.4% disapproval.
On the other hand, Warnock has a 45.2% job approval rating as a senator and only 41.6% approval. 34N22 pointed out that the numbers are “devastating” for the Warnock campaign as it has spent more than $7 million on positive television publicity since January.
When respondents were told of Warnock’s voting record and public positions, he passed legislation that was “direct opposition” to the interests of Georgians, such as posting messages related to crime, inflation and on other economic terms, the Republicans extended his lead.
“Georgia voters had a net +21% move toward Herschel Walker after hearing the issue they were most concerned about,” the 34N22 memo claims.
Following the message, 62.8% of those polled said they would vote for Walker. By comparison, Warnock’s support is down to 31.5%.
“Our poll clearly shows how the majority of Georgian voters feel: there is serious buyer’s remorse for Raphael Warnock,” said 34N22 spokesperson Stephen Lawson. “Warnock voted in line with Biden’s disastrous agenda that has led to soaring inflation, record gas prices, a crisis on the southern border and rampant crime in our cities.”
“Georgian voters want an outsider, a successful job creator and a proven leader who can unite our state,” Lawson added. “WThat’s why Herschel Walker has such a lead in this race and is in a prime position to become the next U.S. Senator from Georgia.
The survey was conducted for 34N22 between April 3 and April 16, where they surveyed 2,500 registered voters in Georgia. The poll noted that it was modeled after a “micro-targeting survey of Georgia’s entire voter registry of 7.65 million voters.” There was also a margin of error of plus or minus 1.96%.
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