Incumbent Republican Senators David Perdue and Kelly Loeffler hold a roughly similar 51%-48% advantage over their Democratic rivals Jon Ossoff and Raphael Warnock. press interpretation of the poll results said.|Georgia had scheduled a vote on 5 January because neither of the state’s incumbent senators, Perdue or Loeffler, could pass the 50% threshold needed to win outright in the November 3 election. .|Demographic analysis for the Emerson University poll helps explain the political shift in Georgia, from a Republican stronghold to a state currently being contested by one of two political parties.|The Democratic Party’s support base is said to be among voters aged 18-29, who are supporting Warnock with 71% of the vote and Ossoff with 70% of the vote.|According to Emerson University, the close race was among those aged 30-44, with Ossoff leading Perdue 50-47%, and Warnock and Loeffler 49% each, the statement said.|The Republican advantage lies with the first group of older voters, ages 45-64, backing Perdue in the poll by 57-42%, while backing Loeffler 58-42. %. The second group of seniors, 65 and older, give Purdue a 59-41% advantage and Loeffler a 58-42% advantage.