On June 7, SurveyUSA released a poll for the U.S. Senate race in Georgia. No one yet knows for sure who the Republican nominee will be, so the poll asked about the general election for two possible sets of candidates. If Jack Kingston is the Republican nominee, the results are: Kingston 43%, Democrat Michelle Nunn 37%, Libertarian Amanda Swafford 6%, undecided 13%.
If David Perdue is the Republican nominee, the results are: Perdue 43%, Nunn 38%, Swafford 6%, undecided 14%.
The poll also includes Governor, with these results: Republican Nathan Deal 44%, Democrat Jason Carter 38%, Libertarian Andrew Hunt 7%, undecided 11%. Both polls break down the results by age, gender, race, partisan affiliation, ideology, and education. The previous best Libertarian showing for Governor of Georgia was 4.01%, in 2010. Thanks to PoliticalWire for the link.