Democratic gubernatorial candidate Stacey Abrams continues to trail Gov. Brian Kemp in the polls as we approach the final sprint to election day, and her problem may lie in a surprising place.  A recent AJC poll conducted by UGA’s School of Policy and International Affairs, and supported by the results of other recent polls, shows her with 79% support from black voters.  That may sound like a lot – but Democrats in Georgia typically need to be above 90% to win statewide races.  A big part of that is from Kemp continuing to run on his record from the past four years and making inroads with the black community – but if those numbers hold Abrams’ chances of winning will be SINKING…

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