In the Georgia Senate poll, Herschel Walker currently has a 3-point advantage over Sen. Warnock.

According to a recent survey, Herschel Walker is the favorite to unseat Sen. Raphael Warnock,

Walker thinks that “people desire a change in Washington,” as evidenced by his increase in the polls.

D-Ga, in the midterm elections, and the race for the Senate in Georgia appears to be swinging back in the GOP’s favor.

According to a poll conducted by InsiderAdvantage and FOX 5 Atlanta and released on Thursday, Walker has gained the advantage over Warnock in the keenly anticipated Senate race in Georgia, garnering 47% of the vote to 44% of the vote.

Two months before the midterm elections, the contest has significantly changed, with Walker’s support up two points and Warnock’s down four points since the previous survey in July.

Walker explained on Wednesday’s episode of “Hannity” why he thinks he is benefiting from recent surveys more than his Democratic rival.

Walker told host Sean Hannity, “They’ve spent almost $50 million against me, but the election is still close. You know, I’m getting out and meeting the people, and I’m talking to the people, and the people are speaking.


Walker continued by outlining the reasons he thinks Georgia needs new Senate leadership.

The Georgian people don’t want Senator Warnock’s views on increased taxes, open borders, or the inclusion of men in women’s sports, Walker said. “People want a change in Washington. Senator Warnock is a cut from the fabric of Joe Biden. “The Georgian people want someone they can rely on, and Herschel Walker is someone they can rely on.”

Men favor Walker at a rate of 60%, while women support Warnock at a rate of 55%. Walker is receiving 12% of the vote among respondents who identify as African American, according to InsiderAdvantage chairman Matt Towery. “Given that there appear to be few points among the many demographics up for grabs, this race could very well be going to a General Election runoff with only 4% undecided,” said the author.

After months of back and forth, Warnock decided to debate Walker in October.

In the contest for the Georgia governor’s mansion, the survey also reveals that former state representative and Democratic nominee Stacey Abrams is trailing Republican incumbent Gov. Brian Kemp.

Kemp leads in every age category in the survey, Towery said. “Abrams has a remarkable 54% of female voters, while Kemp earns 63% from men. He receives exactly around 10 percent of African American support as well as a pretty astounding 68% of the White voting public surveyed.”