Voters were also asked whether they viewed President Joe Biden’s policies as helping drive inflation, or whether rising prices were due more to factors outside of the president’s control. Fifty-nine percent blamed Biden, while 40% said outside factors.
Biden’s approval ratings are still underwater in Georgia, according to the survey. Fifty-six percent of voters said they disapproved of the Democrat, while 44% approved of his performance.
Georgians were more closely divided, however, when asked if their votes were motivated by their support or opposition to Biden. Thirty-three percent said they were voting to express support for the president, while 35% said they voted to oppose him, and 31% said Biden was not a factor in their vote.
Meanwhile, 27% of voters reported that the Supreme Court’s abortion ruling overturning the landmark Roe v. Wade was the single most important factor driving their vote, while 43% called it an important factor.