A new poll from Strategic Vision came out today. And it contradicts the
conventional wisdom that Cathy Cox stands a better chance in an election
against Gov. Sonny Perdue than does Mark Taylor.
According to the poll, when asked who they would vote for in an election
between Perdue and Mark Taylor, 50 percent said Perdue and 44
percent said Taylor. Six percent were undecided.
When asked who they would vote for in an election between Perdue and Cox, 53
percent said Perdue and 40 percent said Cox. Seven percent were undecided.
Of course, before Cox and Taylor start worrying about Perdue, they have to
worry about the primary election July 18. According to the Strategic
Vision poll, if the election were held today, 46 percent of voters would
vote for Taylor and 42 percent would vote for Cox, with 12 percent still
Maybe the gubernatorial debates will help undecided voters make up their
minds between Cox and Taylor. That is, if Taylor shows up.
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