• CDMedia/Georgia Record Poll – Kemp Above Water, But Beneath the Surface He’s In Trouble

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    September 24, 2021
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    All results from the CDMedia/Georgia Record/Big Data September 24, 2021 poll will be posted here in stages over the weekend.

    Governor Brian Kemp’s Approval Rating

    Governor Brian Kemp currently enjoys positive ratings among all registered voters in Georgia, with just under half (49.7%) approving of his job performance and just over 4 in 10 (41.6%) disapproving. However, the pollster who conducted the survey says the results raised some questions about his re-election prospects.
    “Governor Kemp is above water in Georgia, but beneath the surface he has some issues,” Big Data Poll Director Rich Baris said. “More than 1 in 4 Republican voters disapprove of the job he’s doing as governor and independents are nearly tied.”

    “He’s far more vulnerable in a general election than it appears at a glance,” Mr. Baris noted. “His overall approval rating is being propped up by a third of Democratic voters who are more likely than not to vote for their own candidate once one has been nominated.”

    CDMedia/Big Data Poll – Kemp Above Water, But Beneath the Surface He’s In Trouble

    Full Interactive Crosstabs & Methodology

    The CD Media Georgia Record Big Data Poll for Fall 2021 was conducted by Big Data Poll and interviewed 1,000 registered voters in Georgia via online survey panel from September 18 to September 22, 2021. The sampling error is ± 3.1% at a 95% confidence interval. Results were weighted to represent statewide voter demographics to include age, gender, race and region. Party identification or affiliation—separate from the more static party registration—is impacted by weighting aforementioned variables, but results are NOT weighted for party identification. The partisan breakdown of the survey was 38% Republican, 34% Democratic, and 28% Independent/Other.

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