The past three polls conducted in Georgia have all shown Democratic nominee Joe Biden ahead of President Trump.
The first poll, which was conducted by SurveyUSA, interviewed 677 of the state’s likely voters online from Oct. 8-12. Forty-eight percent of respondents said they would vote for Biden, 46% said they would vote for Trump, 2% said they would vote for a different candidate, and 4% said they were undecided. The poll carried with it a substantial credibility interval at plus or minus 5.7 percentage points.
The second poll, conducted by Quinnipiac over the same time frame, included 1,040 likely voters, who were interviewed via landline and