The survey underscored the unpredictable nature of the May 22 vote pitting former House Minority Leader Stacey Abrams against ex-state Rep. Stacey Evans. About one-third of likely Democratic voters back Abrams, while Evans tallied about 15 percent. Roughly 52 percent are undecided.
“The Democratic primary would appear to be a wide-open affair at this point in time,” said M.V. Hood, a University of Georgia political scientist who conducted the poll. “A large share of reliable primary voters have yet to tune in.”