A new survey of likely voters in Georgia found that a significant majority statewide believe Gov. Nathan Deal should sign a bill recently passed by the state legislature protecting the religious liberty of pastors and churches who are acting in service to their communities.
Two out of every three respondents – 66% – said they agreed Governor Deal should sign the bill based on a synopsis of the key component of the legislation – that pastors and churches should be protected while exercising their religious liberty. The survey focused on the central issue involved in the legislation, and also found that 27% disagreed that the governor should sign the bill. Another 7% said they were unsure on the question.GA Statewide Survey Polling Memorandum 3-29-2016 (click to open)