The current poll comes after Trump’s first presidential debate and diagnosis of Covid-19. As for Trump’s health, 59 percent of likely voters in Georgia said they did not trust the president to tell the truth to Americans. With Biden, 50 percent of voters in Georgia said they trusted him to tell the truth about his health.
“2016 is a distant memory for Trump,” said Tim Malloy, a Quinnipiac analyst. “Hillary Clinton’s 5-point victory when the polls closed and now down 7 to Biden was three weeks away, the warning lights were flashing red and the alarms were on in the peach tree state.”
Polls also show that Osof and Warnock are leading against their Republican opponents. Osoff is 6 points ahead of Senator David Purdue, 51
In the special election for the second seat in the Senate in Georgia, Warnock received the support of 41 percent of likely voters, while the current Senator Kelly Löfler received 20 percent and the representative Doug Collins received 22 percent. Real Clear Politics leads Warnock, which leads the race with 7.7 points ahead of its closest contender – 31.1%, compared to 23.4% of Loeffler and 21.4% of Collins.
In Ohio, Biden and Trump are tied up, according to a Quinipiac poll there, with Biden receiving the support of 48 percent of likely voters and Trump receiving 47 percent.
Both polls were conducted on October 8-12. In Georgia, 1,040 likely voters were polled, and the poll had an error in the sample of plus or minus 3 percentage points. The Ohio poll, which surveyed 1,160 potential voters, had a margin of error of plus or minus 2.9 percentage points.