A recent poll has revealed that Georgia voters are looking forward to the upcoming election.
The latest results showed that Georgia has one of the highest voter turnout rates in the country.
According to the Georgia Elections Commission, the turnout was more than 67%.
The poll also showed that the state has a majority of eligible voters.
The poll showed that about 75% of Georgia voters, or 1.5 million, are registered voters.
A majority of the registered voters are African American, with the largest percentage of African Americans voting in Georgia.
This election is being closely watched across the country as President-elect Donald Trump, who has frequently attacked the media and is seen as hostile towards the African American community, has repeatedly called for racial profiling of people of color in the voting booth.
Georgia has long had a history of discrimination.
Georgia was the first state in the United States to pass a law barring citizens of African American heritage from voting, and the first to ban people from the state from voting on Election Day.
According the AJC, more than 5,000 African Americans have been convicted in Georgia since the 1950s.
Despite this, more black citizens are registered to vote in Georgia than any other state in America.
African Americans are still less likely to vote than white Americans, according to the AJA.
The AJC said that only about 4% of black people are eligible to vote.
According this poll, a majority (60%) of the voters who voted in Georgia said they were “very” or “somewhat” excited about this election.
Other factors that have contributed to the increased enthusiasm among Georgia voters include the fact that it is the first presidential election in the state in 50 years that does not have a direct primary election.
This year, Georgia is electing its first African American elected official, the first black person to be nominated to a federal cabinet position, and an African American woman to be the first female to serve in the U.S. Senate.
Georgia also saw a spike in African American participation in this year’s midterm elections.
According a recent survey by the University of Georgia’s College of Public Service, over half of the state’s African American registered voters have voted in the last two elections.
Many people are excited about Georgia’s election because it marks the first time in Georgia history that a black person has served as the state senator.
However, the election is also being closely monitored for the potential for racial discrimination.
Trump, for instance, has consistently said that the election could be rigged.
This could happen if African Americans, who have been targeted by Trump in the past, are allowed to vote or if African American people are not allowed to cast a ballot.