Biden, Warren, Sanders lead the Democratic Primary in Georgia

Biden, Warren, Sanders lead the Democratic Primary in Georgia

Change Research Georgia Poll: September 7-11, 2019

Key Takeaways: 

  • Joe Biden (33%), Elizabeth Warren (22%), and Bernie Sanders (17%) lead among Democratic primary voters in Georgia.

  • Biden has a 30-point lead among black voters with 46%, while Warren leads among white voters (31%), and Sanders leads among Latinx voters (39%).

  • Sanders leads among 18-34 year-old voters, while Joe Biden holds a strong lead among all other age groups.

Change Research surveyed 1,604 likely general election voters in Georgia, including 755 likely Democratic primary voters, on questions related to the Democratic horse race, top issues, and more. This page contains a preview of the survey’s findings – inquire about purchasing the full poll

Biden, Warren, Sanders Lead the Democratic Primary in Georgia

Joe Biden leads the Democratic primary in Georgia with 33%. Elizabeth Warren (22%) and Bernie  Sanders (17%) are in the top three. Pete Buttigieg (7%), Kamala Harris (7%), Beto O’Rourke (3%), Andrew Yang (3%), Cory Booker (2%), Tulsi Gabbard (2%), and Marianne Williamson (2%) follow.  All other candidates poll at 1% or less.

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Biden leads among black Democratic primary voters with 46%, followed by Warren (16%), Sanders (15%), and Harris (9%). Sanders has the strongest support among Latinx voters with 39%, while  Warren has the strongest support among white voters with 31%.

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Sanders leads Warren and Biden by 15-points each among 18-34 year-old voters in Georgia. Among 35-49 year old votes, Biden leads with 33%, followed by Warren with 24% and Sanders with 20%. Sanders loses considerable support among 50-64 year-old-voters and 65+ year old voters, dropping down to 6% and 2% respectively. Biden leads these two age groups with 44% and 48%, followed by Warren.

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Change Research surveyed 1,604 likely general election voters in Georgia, including 755 likely Democratic primary voters. The margin of error as traditionally calculated is  ± 2.4% for the full sample and ±3.6% for Democratic voters. Change Research reaches voters via targeted online ads that point people to an online survey instrument. The Bias Correct Engine dynamically delivers large samples that accurately reflect the demographics of a population. Post-stratification was done on age, gender, ethnicity, region, 2016 primary and presidential vote, and self-reported social media use.