Anzalone Liszt Grove Research yesterday released a special general election survey (4/23-26; 590 GA-6 likely special election voters), the first public data we’ve seen since the jungle primary occurred. The data reveals a basic tie, with Democrat Jon Ossoff leading former Secretary of State Karen Handel (R), 48-47%. While this is a good showing for Ossoff, the poll does suggest his support base has not grown, yet Handel has increased all the way from her 20% primary result to virtual even footing with Ossoff. This again says that the special general is a turnout race, and whichever party and candidate performs better in getting their voters to the polls will win the race. The results also indicate that Handel and the Republicans are making major progress in uniting their party behind the new GOP standard bearer.
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