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2014 Georgia Senate: Perdue vs. Nunn

Currently tracking 51 polls from 19 pollsters
Updated 14 days ago
Election on November 4, 2014

This chart combines the latest opinion polls into trendlines using a poll-tracking model and is updated whenever a new poll is released.

HuffPost Model

Our model suggests Perdue was favored to win. (In 65.2% of simulations, Perdue beat Nunn.)

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Overall Senate Outlook

On November 4, 2014, we reported a 79% chance that Republicans would take control of the Senate. (They did.)

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Latest Polls

Poll
Perdue
Nunn
Swafford
Undecided
Spread
11/1 - 11/3/14
975 Likely Voters
46 45 5 5 Perdue +1
11/2 - 11/2/14
1,500 Likely Voters
50 46 Perdue +4
10/30 - 11/2/14
1,463 Likely Voters
48 45 4 Perdue +3
10/30 - 11/2/14
591 Likely Voters
47 44 5 4 Perdue +3
10/25 - 10/31/14
1,743 Likely Voters
44 42 1 12 Perdue +2
10/27 - 10/30/14
603 Likely Voters
48 44 3 4 Perdue +4
10/29 - 10/29/14
1,500 Likely Voters
47 47 3 3 -
10/26 - 10/28/14
436 Likely Voters
49 41 3 7 Perdue +8
10/25 - 10/27/14
977 Likely Voters
46 46 5 -
10/24 - 10/27/14
611 Likely Voters
48 45 3 5 Perdue +3

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