In the survey, which polled 495 registered Black female voters in Georgia, 83 percent of respondents said they were extremely likely to vote in the runoff elections, in addition to 4 percent of respondents who said they were somewhat likely to do the same.

Eleven percent of those polled said they were not very likely to vote in the January races, and 3 percent said they were not likely at all.

The survey’s findings also showed gaps between those polled when it came to factors like age and environment.

Ninety-five percent of Black female voters in the state over the age of 50 said they were extremely or somewhat likely to vote in next month’s runoff elections, compared to 81 percent of those under the age of 50 who said the same.