NEW POLL: Gov. Kemp Nearly Doubles Perdue’s Support, Climbs Above Fifty Percent

For Immediate Release

Tuesday, April 26, 2022

ATLANTA – Today, following a clear win in the first televised GOP primary debate, a new poll conducted by the University of Georgia for the Atlanta Journal-Constitution showed Governor Brian Kemp nearly doubling former Senator David Perdue’s support and climbing above the 50 percent threshold to avoid a runoff.

“Recent polling is clear: Governor Kemp is the only Republican who can beat Stacey Abrams this fall and Georgia conservatives are rallying behind his campaign,” said Cody Hall, Director of Communications and Senior Advisor. “Our campaign is keeping our foot on the gas through the May 24th primary and will be out on the road and on the airwaves sharing Governor Kemp’s strong, conservative record with voters.”

The AJC poll results showed Governor Kemp with a 53 percent to 27 percent lead in the GOP primary for governor. Find more details on the poll here.


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