Buddy Carter campaign releases first poll | savannahnow.com

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May

Buddy Carter campaign releases first poll | savannahnow.com

[T]he Buddy Carter campaign released its first internal poll. Nor was it much of a shock that the poll _ actually put in the field before any candidate had formally announced _ shed a favorable light on the candidacy of the state senator from Pooler. Afterall, campaigns aren’t in the habit of releasing polls whose results are bad news.

The poll also includes a potential canidate _ current state Rep. Jeff Chapman (R-Brunswick), a failed Republican gubernatorial candidate in 2010 _ who remains only a rumored candidate.

There was the little matter that “Undecided” polled at 41.6 percent in the ballot test – far better than any of the then-potential candidates.

The pollster, Landmark Communications from Alpharetta, said it surveyed 700 likely Republican primary voters in the 1st Congressional District. The results, it said, include a margin of error of 3.6 percent.

The results show 30.8 percent of the poll’s respondents would go for Buddy Carter. Chapman was second with 21.7 percent and Schwarz received 5.9 percent. As we mentioned above, undecided carried the day at 41.6 percent.

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