It shows Trump leading 49% to former Vice President Joe Biden’s 45%. About 4% of Georgia voters remain undecided. That also falls within the poll’s margin of error, which is 4.4%. So it remains a statistical dead heat.

It’s an improvement for Trump from our Oct. 9 poll that showed Trump with a 2% point lead over Biden. And in our poll back on Oct. 1, Biden led by 2%.

Republican Sen. David Perdue has opened up a 6% lead on Democratic challenger Jon Ossoff. Perdue has 50.2% of support compared to Ossoff’s 44.6%.