ATLANTA - With days until election day, Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump is slated to win Georgia's 16 electoral votes, according to a new SurveyUSA poll conducted for 11Alive. Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton trails behind.
The survey shows Trump with 49 percent of the vote in the state; Clinton has 42 percent and Libertarian Gary Johnson has three percent. Six percent of voters surveyed are undecided. Trump's 7-point lead is up from 4 points in our last poll in August.
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It's important to note this poll was taken before the revelation by the FBI Director that he's looking in to new e-mails possibly related to Clinton's use of a personal server as Secretary of State.
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Presidential Race Breakdown
Trump leads in with rural women and men, voters focused on immigration, evangelical voters, seniors and white voters.
Clinton leads with women, taking a 21-point edge among just suburban women and a four-point lead statewide. However, Clinton's four-point lead with women is overcome by Trump's 21-point advantage among men statewide.
Voting "FOR a candidate" or voting "AGAINST a candidate"
The survey asked voters if they were voting for a candidate or against another. In Georgia, more voters are voting against Clinton than are voting against Trump.
52% of Trump backers are voting "for Trump," 46% are voting "against Clinton," a material change from August.63% of Clinton backers are voting "for Clinton," 33% are voting "against Trump," a slight change from August.
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