A new poll conducted by the University of Georgia’s School of Public & International Affairs found that 0% of black voters in Georgia had a "poor” experience while voting in the 2022 midterm elections.
The poll comes after years of claims made by Democrats that Republican efforts to ensure election integrity were a ruse to suppress the Black vote in Georgia.
Failed gubernatorial candidate Stacy Abrams has led the charge in pushing such allegations. Abrams lost the 2018 Georgia gubernatorial race as well as the 2022 race and attributed both to Black voters being suppressed by Republican election integrity measures.
The Georgia poll found that 72% of respondents said their voting experience was “excellent,” 23% said “good,” just under 9% said “fair,” and 0% said “poor."
Democrats who screech about election denialism have happily claimed for years that Georgia's gubernatorial races have been skewed by racial voter suppression.
In reality, Stacy Abrams was a bad candidate who blamed racism for her inability to win the Georgia governor's race twice. Republicans need to continue to secure our elections while calling out Democrats for their blatant dishonesty.