A survey of more than 3,700 voters in Tuesday’s contests, found that Black voters made up roughly 30% of the electorate, and almost all of them — 94% — backed Ossoff and Warnock. The Democrats also relied on the backing of younger voters, people earning less than $50,000 annually and newcomers to the state.
The breach appeared methodical by people who had researched the weak spots of the Capitol.
With massive turnouts of Black and Hispanic voters, along with progressives in the Southern state’s suburbs, the move to blue continued in Georgia.
New residents of Georgia combined with Blacks, Hispanics, and Surburban progressives to turn the tide in a fading red political environment.