AJC poll offers a glimpse of a purple future for Georgia

Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton. AP file.

Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton. AP file.

For decades, Georgia Democrats have been pining to put the Peach State back in the blue column in a presidential contest. And an Atlanta Journal-Constitution poll shows why, this November, that dream is at least a statistical possibility.

The poll shows neither Republican Donald Trump nor Democrat Hillary Clinton can confidently lay claim to Georgia, and both face the same challenges as November nears: Dim voter enthusiasm, high unfavorability ratings and deep skepticism from voters.

Our corporate overlords won’t let us give away the whole shebang right here, so click on this link for all the details. And you might be surprised about the candidate who would get the highest vote total of all.

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Previously: Why Donald Trump could turn Georgia purple in 2016

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