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GEORGIA: Biden 51%, Trump 44%

OHIO: Biden 48%, Trump 47%

GEORGIA SENATE: Ossoff 51%, Perdue 45%

GEORGIA SENATE: Warnock 41%, Collins 22%, Loeffler 20%

With twenty days to go until Election Day, former Vice President Joe
Biden has a lead over President Donald Trump in Georgia and the two are
essentially tied in Ohio, according to Quinnipiac (KWIN-uh-pea-ack)
University polls of likely voters. Both states voted for Trump in 2016.

GEORGIA: PRESIDENTIAL RACE

In Georgia, Biden leads 51 - 44 percent among likely voters, while 4
percent are undecided. On September 29th, the race for the White House
was too close to call when Biden had 50 percent support and Trump had 47
percent support. The September survey was taken before the first
presidential debate and the president's COVID-19 diagnosis.

Likely voters give Trump a negative 43 - 54 percent favorability rating
today, compared to a mixed 47 percent favorable and 51 percent
unfavorable rating in the last survey.

"For Trump, 2016 is a distant memory. Defeating Hillary Clinton by 5
points when the polls closed then, and now down seven to Biden with
three weeks to go. Warning lights are blinking red and alarms are going
off in the Peach Tree state," said Quinnipiac University Polling Analyst
Tim Malloy.

Likely voters say 59 - 38 percent that they do not trust Donald Trump to
tell the truth to the American people when it comes to his health.

GEORGIA: OSSOFF VS. PERDUE

Today, Democrat Jon Ossoff leads Republican incumbent Senator David
Perdue 51 - 45 percent, while 3 percent are undecided. This compares to
a virtual tie in late September when Ossoff had 49 percent and Perdue
had 48 percent.

When it comes to favorability ratings, likely voters have a positive
view of Ossoff 46 - 36 percent, and a mixed view of Perdue with 43
percent saying favorable and 46 percent saying unfavorable.

GEORGIA: SENATE SPECIAL ELECTION

Democrat Raphael Warnock leads in the special election for the U.S.
Senate seat currently held by Republican Senator Kelly Loeffler, who was
appointed in December of 2019.

Likely voters give Warnock 41 percent of the vote, a jump of ten
percentage points since late September when he received 31 percent.
Republican Doug Collins gets 22 percent, which is unchanged from
September, and Loeffler gets 20 percent, compared to 23 percent in
September.

"Sleepless GOP Senate watchers have Georgia on their minds. And with two
Senate seats in play, Democrats are sensing that a potential seismic
shift in the balance of power is possible," added Malloy.

OHIO: PRESIDENTIAL RACE

The race for the White House in Ohio remains essentially tied, as likely
voters support Biden 48 percent and Trump 47 percent. Four percent are
undecided. This is identical to the last Ohio survey released on
September 24th.





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On 10/14/20 4:34 PM, Keyser Sze wrote:

GEORGIA: Biden 51%, Trump 44%

OHIO: Biden 48%, Trump 47%

GEORGIA SENATE: Ossoff 51%, Perdue 45%

GEORGIA SENATE: Warnock 41%, Collins 22%, Loeffler 20%

With twenty days to go until Election Day, former Vice President Joe
Biden has a lead over President Donald Trump in Georgia and the two are
essentially tied in Ohio, according to Quinnipiac (KWIN-uh-pea-ack)
University polls of likely voters. Both states voted for Trump in 2016.

GEORGIA: PRESIDENTIAL RACE

In Georgia, Biden leads 51 - 44 percent among likely voters, while 4
percent are undecided. On September 29th, the race for the White House
was too close to call when Biden had 50 percent support and Trump had 47
percent support. The September survey was taken before the first
presidential debate and the president's COVID-19 diagnosis.

Likely voters give Trump a negative 43 - 54 percent favorability rating
today, compared to a mixed 47 percent favorable and 51 percent
unfavorable rating in the last survey.

"For Trump, 2016 is a distant memory. Defeating Hillary Clinton by 5
points when the polls closed then, and now down seven to Biden with
three weeks to go. Warning lights are blinking red and alarms are going
off in the Peach Tree state," said Quinnipiac University Polling Analyst
Tim Malloy.

Likely voters say 59 - 38 percent that they do not trust Donald Trump to
tell the truth to the American people when it comes to his health.

GEORGIA: OSSOFF VS. PERDUE

Today, Democrat Jon Ossoff leads Republican incumbent Senator David
Perdue 51 - 45 percent, while 3 percent are undecided. This compares to
a virtual tie in late September when Ossoff had 49 percent and Perdue
had 48 percent.

When it comes to favorability ratings, likely voters have a positive
view of Ossoff 46 - 36 percent, and a mixed view of Perdue with 43
percent saying favorable and 46 percent saying unfavorable.

GEORGIA: SENATE SPECIAL ELECTION

Democrat Raphael Warnock leads in the special election for the U.S.
Senate seat currently held by Republican Senator Kelly Loeffler, who was
appointed in December of 2019.

Likely voters give Warnock 41 percent of the vote, a jump of ten
percentage points since late September when he received 31 percent.
Republican Doug Collins gets 22 percent, which is unchanged from
September, and Loeffler gets 20 percent, compared to 23 percent in
September.

"Sleepless GOP Senate watchers have Georgia on their minds. And with two
Senate seats in play, Democrats are sensing that a potential seismic
shift in the balance of power is possible," added Malloy.

OHIO: PRESIDENTIAL RACE

The race for the White House in Ohio remains essentially tied, as likely
voters support Biden 48 percent and Trump 47 percent. Four percent are
undecided. This is identical to the last Ohio survey released on
September 24th.





Be prepared to be disappointed again, moron
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On 10/14/20 5:42 PM, Justan O. wrote:
On 10/14/20 4:34 PM, Keyser Söze wrote:

GEORGIA: Biden 51%, Trump 44%

OHIO: Biden 48%, Trump 47%

GEORGIA SENATE: Ossoff 51%, Perdue 45%

GEORGIA SENATE: Warnock 41%, Collins 22%, Loeffler 20%

With twenty days to go until Election Day, former Vice President Joe
Biden has a lead over President Donald Trump in Georgia and the two
are essentially tied in Ohio, according to Quinnipiac
(KWIN-uh-pea-ack) University polls of likely voters. Both states voted
for Trump in 2016.

GEORGIA: PRESIDENTIAL RACE

In Georgia, Biden leads 51 - 44 percent among likely voters, while 4
percent are undecided. On September 29th, the race for the White House
was too close to call when Biden had 50 percent support and Trump had
47 percent support. The September survey was taken before the first
presidential debate and the president's COVID-19 diagnosis.

Likely voters give Trump a negative 43 - 54 percent favorability
rating today, compared to a mixed 47 percent favorable and 51 percent
unfavorable rating in the last survey.

"For Trump, 2016 is a distant memory. Defeating Hillary Clinton by 5
points when the polls closed then, and now down seven to Biden with
three weeks to go. Warning lights are blinking red and alarms are
going off in the Peach Tree state," said Quinnipiac University Polling
Analyst Tim Malloy.

Likely voters say 59 - 38 percent that they do not trust Donald Trump
to tell the truth to the American people when it comes to his health.

GEORGIA: OSSOFF VS. PERDUE

Today, Democrat Jon Ossoff leads Republican incumbent Senator David
Perdue 51 - 45 percent, while 3 percent are undecided. This compares
to a virtual tie in late September when Ossoff had 49 percent and
Perdue had 48 percent.

When it comes to favorability ratings, likely voters have a positive
view of Ossoff 46 - 36 percent, and a mixed view of Perdue with 43
percent saying favorable and 46 percent saying unfavorable.

GEORGIA: SENATE SPECIAL ELECTION

Democrat Raphael Warnock leads in the special election for the U.S.
Senate seat currently held by Republican Senator Kelly Loeffler, who
was appointed in December of 2019.

Likely voters give Warnock 41 percent of the vote, a jump of ten
percentage points since late September when he received 31 percent.
Republican Doug Collins gets 22 percent, which is unchanged from
September, and Loeffler gets 20 percent, compared to 23 percent in
September.

"Sleepless GOP Senate watchers have Georgia on their minds. And with
two Senate seats in play, Democrats are sensing that a potential
seismic shift in the balance of power is possible," added Malloy.

OHIO: PRESIDENTIAL RACE

The race for the White House in Ohio remains essentially tied, as
likely voters support Biden 48 percent and Trump 47 percent. Four
percent are undecided. This is identical to the last Ohio survey
released on September 24th.





Be prepared to be disappointed again, moron



Oh, I am almost beginning to think Trump is going to lose...for sure.

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Keyser Söze wrote:
On 10/14/20 5:42 PM, Justan O. wrote:
On 10/14/20 4:34 PM, Keyser Söze wrote:

GEORGIA: Biden 51%, Trump 44%

OHIO: Biden 48%, Trump 47%

GEORGIA SENATE: Ossoff 51%, Perdue 45%

GEORGIA SENATE: Warnock 41%, Collins 22%, Loeffler 20%

With twenty days to go until Election Day, former Vice President Joe
Biden has a lead over President Donald Trump in Georgia and the two
are essentially tied in Ohio, according to Quinnipiac
(KWIN-uh-pea-ack) University polls of likely voters. Both states voted
for Trump in 2016.

GEORGIA: PRESIDENTIAL RACE

In Georgia, Biden leads 51 - 44 percent among likely voters, while 4
percent are undecided. On September 29th, the race for the White House
was too close to call when Biden had 50 percent support and Trump had
47 percent support. The September survey was taken before the first
presidential debate and the president's COVID-19 diagnosis.

Likely voters give Trump a negative 43 - 54 percent favorability
rating today, compared to a mixed 47 percent favorable and 51 percent
unfavorable rating in the last survey.

"For Trump, 2016 is a distant memory. Defeating Hillary Clinton by 5
points when the polls closed then, and now down seven to Biden with
three weeks to go. Warning lights are blinking red and alarms are
going off in the Peach Tree state," said Quinnipiac University Polling
Analyst Tim Malloy.

Likely voters say 59 - 38 percent that they do not trust Donald Trump
to tell the truth to the American people when it comes to his health.

GEORGIA: OSSOFF VS. PERDUE

Today, Democrat Jon Ossoff leads Republican incumbent Senator David
Perdue 51 - 45 percent, while 3 percent are undecided. This compares
to a virtual tie in late September when Ossoff had 49 percent and
Perdue had 48 percent.

When it comes to favorability ratings, likely voters have a positive
view of Ossoff 46 - 36 percent, and a mixed view of Perdue with 43
percent saying favorable and 46 percent saying unfavorable.

GEORGIA: SENATE SPECIAL ELECTION

Democrat Raphael Warnock leads in the special election for the U.S.
Senate seat currently held by Republican Senator Kelly Loeffler, who
was appointed in December of 2019.

Likely voters give Warnock 41 percent of the vote, a jump of ten
percentage points since late September when he received 31 percent.
Republican Doug Collins gets 22 percent, which is unchanged from
September, and Loeffler gets 20 percent, compared to 23 percent in
September.

"Sleepless GOP Senate watchers have Georgia on their minds. And with
two Senate seats in play, Democrats are sensing that a potential
seismic shift in the balance of power is possible," added Malloy.

OHIO: PRESIDENTIAL RACE

The race for the White House in Ohio remains essentially tied, as
likely voters support Biden 48 percent and Trump 47 percent. Four
percent are undecided. This is identical to the last Ohio survey
released on September 24th.





Be prepared to be disappointed again, moron



Oh, I am almost beginning to think Trump is going to lose...for sure.


And your prognosis on the last election sure failed.

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GEORGIA: Biden 51%, Trump 44%

OHIO: Biden 48%, Trump 47%

GEORGIA SENATE: Ossoff 51%, Perdue 45%

GEORGIA SENATE: Warnock 41%, Collins 22%, Loeffler 20%

With twenty days to go until Election Day, former Vice President Joe
Biden has a lead over President Donald Trump in Georgia and the two are
essentially tied in Ohio, according to Quinnipiac (KWIN-uh-pea-ack)
University polls of likely voters. Both states voted for Trump in 2016.

GEORGIA: PRESIDENTIAL RACE

In Georgia, Biden leads 51 - 44 percent among likely voters, while 4
percent are undecided. On September 29th, the race for the White House
was too close to call when Biden had 50 percent support and Trump had 47
percent support. The September survey was taken before the first
presidential debate and the president's COVID-19 diagnosis.

Likely voters give Trump a negative 43 - 54 percent favorability rating
today, compared to a mixed 47 percent favorable and 51 percent
unfavorable rating in the last survey.

"For Trump, 2016 is a distant memory. Defeating Hillary Clinton by 5
points when the polls closed then, and now down seven to Biden with
three weeks to go. Warning lights are blinking red and alarms are going
off in the Peach Tree state," said Quinnipiac University Polling Analyst
Tim Malloy.

Likely voters say 59 - 38 percent that they do not trust Donald Trump to
tell the truth to the American people when it comes to his health.

GEORGIA: OSSOFF VS. PERDUE

Today, Democrat Jon Ossoff leads Republican incumbent Senator David
Perdue 51 - 45 percent, while 3 percent are undecided. This compares to
a virtual tie in late September when Ossoff had 49 percent and Perdue
had 48 percent.

When it comes to favorability ratings, likely voters have a positive
view of Ossoff 46 - 36 percent, and a mixed view of Perdue with 43
percent saying favorable and 46 percent saying unfavorable.

GEORGIA: SENATE SPECIAL ELECTION

Democrat Raphael Warnock leads in the special election for the U.S.
Senate seat currently held by Republican Senator Kelly Loeffler, who was


Hey Deadbeat,

John Zogby stated on air that the current race is within the margin of
error, 3%, on the reliable polls.


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