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New polls shows strong Romney support in Georgia

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A new polls show that Georgia appears it will remain a safe bet for Republicans.

The InsiderAdvantage/FOX 5 poll of likely voters indicates that 56 percent favor GOP candidate Mitt Romney, 35 percent say they'll vote for President Barack Obama while 7 percent are undecided.

What about managing the economy? Forty-seven percent of Georgia voters say they think Romney would do a better job, compared to just 5 percent for President Obama.

Of voters who said they were undecided, 42 percent said they thought Romney would do a better job of dealing with foreign policy and potential acts of terrorism from abroad. Seven percent said President Obama would do a better job, while 43 percent remained undecided.

Another question asked Georgia voters who they'd rather have dinner with. Some 41 percent said Romney, while only 5 percent said President Obama.

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