Jim Crow 2.0? Zero Percent Of GA Black Voters Had Poor Voting Experience

FILE - Sen. Raphael Warnock, D-Ga., speaks to reporters at the Capitol in Washington, July 26, 2022. Warnock of Georgia is urging the U.S. Treasury secretary to consider “maximum flexibility” for automakers and consumers in implementing a revised tax credit for Americans buying electric vehicles. The Democratic senator sent a letter to Treasury Secretary Janet Yellen on Friday, Sept. 23, raising concerns that changes to the tax credit President Joe Biden signed into law last month could place some automakers at a competitive disadvantage.   (AP Photo/J. Scott Applewhite, File)

At a glance

  • No black voters had a poor experience voting in the 2022 midterm elections in Georgia, according to a poll conducted by the University of Georgia.
  • The poll, published Monday by the Atlanta Journal-Constitution, found that among black voters, 73 percent said they had an “excellent” overall experience voting, 23 percent said they had a “good” experience, three percent said they had a “fair” experience, and zero percent said they had a “poor” experience.
  • The 73 percent of black voters who said they had an “excellent” experience is equal to the percentage of white voters, also 73 percent, who said they had an “excellent” experience voting.

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