Raleigh, N.C.— PPP’s first look at the Georgia Senate race since Michelle Nunn jumped in shows a potentially competitive general and primary. Nunn is tied with or leads all of her potential opponents, but a lot of voters are undecided, and they lean Republican. Phil Gingrey could be her stiffest competition, and also leads a stocked primary field.
Nunn has only 40-42% of the vote. She ties Gingrey at 41% and David Perdue at 40%, leads Karen Handel and Jack Kingston each 40-38, Paul Broun 41-36, Derrick Grayson 42-36, and Eugene Yu 42-35. None of these candidates is known to more than 52% of voters, so between 18% and 24% of voters are undecided 15 months out.