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DATE: December 7, 2021

Pro-Trump trucker is the clear frontrunner in the race

Jackson, GA—A new poll shows America First trucking executive Mike Collins with a resounding lead in the open race for Georgia’s 10th Congressional District. According to the poll, commissioned by reputable pollster SoCo Strategies, Collins leads the field with 26 percent of the primary vote with the next-closest competitor, Paul Broun, at 10 percent, David Curry at 5 percent, and Mark McMain at 3.5 percent. When forcing undecided voters to choose, Collins garnered a whopping 46 percent, with Paul Broun capturing 18 percent, and State Representative Timothy Barr taking 13 percent.

“This poll shows clear, unequivocal momentum for our campaign, and it proves that our pro-Trump, America First message is resonating with Georgians across our district who are tired of career politicians, spineless RINOs, and establishment elites,” said Mike Collins. “From the minute I launched my campaign, I have been traveling every corner of the district listening to voters’ concerns and standing up for the values that Make America Great. Now more than ever, Georgians need a politically incorrect trucker with a commonsense plan forward to shake things up in Washington and deliver results – and that’s exactly what I will do in Congress.”

This poll was conducted within the new boundaries of Georgia’s 10th District, and it further demonstrates Mike Collins’ strong position in GA-10. On top of his clear polling lead, Mike also has a significant fundraising advantage, with $707,000 cash on hand at the end of the 3rd Quarter—more than double his next closest competitor.

The poll also included other congressional races across the country, including FL-7, SC-7, WA-3, and WY-1. In each race, the Trump-backed and Pro-Trump America First candidate was outperforming their competitors significantly, showing the power of the Trump endorsement and America First platform in Republican primaries.

The methodology is as follows: From Sunday, November 28th through Wednesday, December 1st, SoCo Strategies surveyed over 2,500 likely Republican primary voters that had previously voted in a Republican primary in an attempt to obtain a weighted sampling of 325 in each individual district. Roughly 29% of respondents were via a landline or home telephone while 71% of respondents were reached on their cellular phones. MoE is 4.5%.

To view the full results of the poll, click HERE. To learn more about SoCo strategies, click HERE.