U.S. Sen. Saxby Chambliss is leading Democratic challenger Jim Martin by a four point margin in the latest InsiderAdvantage / Poll Position survey in the Georgia U.S. Senate race.
The results show Chambliss holding firm with 50 percent of the vote compared to Martin with 46 percent. Four percent are undecided.
The poll was conducted Nov. 30 among 744 registered, likely voters, and was weighted for age, race, gender and political affiliation. The margin of error is plus or minus 3.5 percentage points.
“This is a race that is much more about turning out the vote than it is winning over undecided voters,’’ said InsiderAdvantage CEO Matt Towery. “Anyone who participates in the election Tuesday likely had a choice in November’s election.
“The race will turn on whether the tradition of Republicans returning to the polls in greater numbers than Democrats in runoff elections will prevail or whether the almost 1 million automated phone calls by Barack Obama to African-American and longtime Democratic voters will somehow motivate Democrats to return to the polls in greater numbers.
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