WSB Poll: Trump and Biden tied in Georgia, Perdue deadlocked with Ossoff

Loeffler-Collins deadlocked for runoff spot

President Donald Trump and Democrat Joe Biden are deadlocked in the latest Channel 2 Action News poll of a chaotic race for president that’s headed toward a chaotic finish in Georgia.

The poll, conducted by Landmark Communications, pegs Trump at 48% of the vote and Biden at 47% -- within the margin of error of 3.6 percentage points. Another 2.5% back Libertarian Jo Jorgensen and 2.5% are undecided.

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Both presidential candidates are competing intensely over Georgia, a state that last voted Democratic in a White House race in 1992. Trump is set to headline a rally in Rome on Sunday, hours after Democratic vice presidential nominee Kamala Harris returns for the second time in eight days.

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The poll of 750 likely voters also has U.S. Sen. David Perdue, once a heavy favorite for re-election, knotted up with Democrat Jon Ossoff. Both logged about 47% of the vote. Libertarian Shane Hazel is polling at 3% and another 3% are undecided.

In the wild 21-candidate special election, U.S. Sen. Kelly Loeffler is neck-and-neck with her top Republican challenger, U.S. Rep. Doug Collins. The poll pegs Loeffler at 25% and Collins at 23% - a statistical tie.

Democratic frontrunner Raphael Warnock leads the field with about 37% support, while Matt Lieberman registered 9%. Other candidates are in the low single-digits, while 3% of Georgians are still undecided.

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