Nearly 90 percent of Black women voters in Georgia say they’re likely to vote in runoffs: survey

December 10, 2020

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ARIS FOLLEY

Nearly 90 percent of Black female voters in Georgia said in a new survey that they are likely to vote in the Senate runoff elections taking place in the state next month, which will determine which party controls the upper chamber.

The findings were included in a survey coming out this week that was conducted by HIT Strategies on behalf of Higher Heights for America, an organization committed to increasing Black women’s political power in the country. 

In the survey, which polled 495 registered Black female voters in Georgia, 83 percent of respondents said they were extremely likely to vote in the runoff elections, in addition to 4 percent of respondents who said they were somewhat likely to do the same. 

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