November 1, 2012 DECATUR Signs direct voters to the polls at the Dekalb Voter Registrations and Elections offices on Memorial Drive in Decatur Thursday November 1, 2012.White voters continue to lose clout in Georgia. For the first time in state history, they make up less than 60 percent of registered voters expected to participate in this year's presidential election, according to new numbers from the Secretary of State's office. Among "active" registered voters, blacks remained steady at about 30 percent. The biggest difference, however, came from a growing pool of voters who declined to identify themselves by race or ethnicity. One caution: These numbers excluded some registered voters because of inactivity, although they remain eligible to vote in Georgia. KENT D. JOHNSON / AJC
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Podcast: What the latest poll of Georgia voters says about the upcoming runoff election

Greg Bluestein and James Salzer analyzed the results of a recent poll of Georgia Republican voters in the latest episode of the Politically Georgia podcast.

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