Poll: Gun Policy a Low Priority for Most Motivated Georgia Runoff Voters

The final balance of power in the Senate might be at stake in Georgia this December, but gun policy is unlikely to take top billing.
 

That’s the takeaway from the first poll to be released on the race. An AARP/Fabrizio Ward & Impact Research poll released Tuesday finds a significant enthusiasm gap along age lines. While only three-quarters of voters 18-49 say they’re extremely motivated to vote in the runoff, the poll indicates that 90 percent of those 50 and older say the same.

Only four percent of those same older voters rate gun control/gun rights as their most important deciding issue, ahead of only climate change as the least cited issue among eleven possible choices.

Source: The Reload
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