A recent internal poll shows that Stacey Abrams is six points ahead of Brian Kemp with likely Georgia voters.
The sample size in the Garin Hart Yang survey was slightly smaller than the AJC survey and the AJC had a slightly higher amount of Republicans surveyed. However, the Garin Hart Yang survey this week showed Abrams pulling ahead of Kemp — outside the margin of error.
This is one more indicator that this race is closer than ever. Conservatives are getting nervous because Stacey Abrams is on track to be the first-ever African American female governor in the United States.
Brian Kemp is running on a campaign of bigotry, fear mongering and xenophobia that promises to subject women, people of color and the LGBTQ+ community to discrimination and rights violations. Kemp supports Trump’s tariffs that guarantee to harm businesses, employees and consumers in Georgia.
Kemp doesn’t really have a plan for Georgia’s future other than “rounding up all these illegals” (his words), making sure there are more guns and blocking folks from seeing a doctor when they need to.
Stacey Abrams, however, will hold Trump accountable and fight for progress. Abrams plans to increase education spending so that Georgian students will be more prepared to take on life after high school. She plans to expand Medicaid so every Georgian has an insurance card in their pocket.
Abrams promises to prioritize economic mobility, not just for people living in poverty but also for the middle class families that she sees as working harder for less pay.
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