For Immediate Release
Thursday, January 27, 2022
ATLANTA – Over the last 24 hours, two public polls were released showing conservative small businessman Governor Brian Kemp as the strongest Republican candidate to take on Stacey Abrams in November and with a commanding lead in the GOP primary.
Quinnipiac University’s survey found Governor Kemp leading the GOP field by seven percentage points, 43 percent to 36 percent, and ahead of Stacey Abrams in a general election matchup 49 percent to 47 percent.
Read more about the poll here.
The Atlanta Journal-Constitution also released its most recent poll on the 2022 Georgia Governor’s race, with Governor Kemp leading Stacey Abrams 48 percent to 41 percent, nearly double the margin of any other Republican candidate.
Excerpt from AJC Poll: “The poll also found Gov. Brian Kemp ahead of Democrat Stacey Abrams in an early test of that potential rematch. In a hypothetical matchup that pits Abrams against Kemp’s primary rival, former U.S. Sen. David Perdue, the two finish in a statistical tie.”
Find the poll here.
“Governor Brian Kemp spent the last three years leading Georgia through a once-in-a-century global pandemic to unprecedented economic success,” said Bobby Saparow, Campaign Manager. “Under Brian Kemp’s leadership, unemployment is at an all-time low, jobs and investment are through the roof, and Georgia’s Election Integrity Act – signed by Governor Kemp – has been ranked the top election integrity legislation in the nation by The Heritage Foundation.
“Whether it’s passing the strongest pro-life law in the country, backing our law enforcement, cracking down on gangs and human trafficking, fighting for Constitutional Carry, ridding our communities and capital city of crime and dangerous street racing, or working to ban CRT in our schools, it’s clear that Governor Kemp’s record of promises made promises kept is resonating with the people of Georgia. Our campaign will continue working nonstop to build on our momentum and deliver wins in May and November.”
Tate Mitchell – Press Secretary
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