We’re two months away from midterm elections and now we have a first-hand look at polling data for the Georgia Gubernatorial race.
Republican Brian Kemp and Democrat Stacey Abrams are neck and neck around 45 percent each.
Both candidates now turn their attention to the small number of undecided voters.
“There’s only 8 percent of undecided voters left, a vanishingly small sliver of the electorate that still hasn’t made up its mind. So both of these campaigns will be scrambling over the next two months to try to lock up these voters,” says Greg Bluestein of the Atlanta Journal-Constitution.
The poll was conducted by the University of Georgia. Election day is Nov. 6.