Georgia special election: Ossoff 49.7, Handel 48

The poll has just 2.3 percent of people saying they’re undecided. At this time last week, 3.3 percent said they were undecided.

With the poll’s margin of error at nearly 3.5 percent, pollster Mark Rountree believes the race is still up for grabs.

“Ossoff has the lead. He’s right at the edge of 50 percent. Handel is very close behind him, essentially a point and a half behind. So either candidate could win,” Rountree said.