May 27-30, 2016 poll. 724 registered voters ("likely" voters not polled), 80 phone, 20 internet, 3.6 error margin
June 1, 2016, "Trump Has Solid Lead Over Clinton in Georgia," PPP Poll
"PPP's new Georgia poll finds that the prospect of Democrats
flipping the state blue in the Presidential race may have
diminished with the unification of Republican voters around Donald Trump
in the last month. Trump leads Clinton 45/38, with Libertarian Gary
Johnson at 6% and Green Party candidate Jill Stein at 2%....
Beyond that Trump also
leads 37/30 with independents, with Johnson at 13% and Stein at 1%. The
racial divide in Georgia is massive with Clinton leading 80/2 among
black voters, but Trump having a 67/17 advantage with white ones."
p. 2, "Newt Gingrich is a decently popular figure in Georgia, with a 44/36 favorability rating. But he actually hurts Trump in scenarios where he's polled as a hypothetical running mate, taking Trump's lead over both Clinton and Sanders down to 5 points at 47/42. Voters who are undecided in the standard Clinton/Trump match up move to Clinton by 20 points when Gingrich is introduced into the mix as Trump's running mate."
"Public Policy Polling surveyed 724 registered voters from May 27th to
30th. The margin of error is +/3.6%. 80% of participants, selected
through a list based sample, responded via the phone, while 20% of
respondents who did not have landlines conducted the survey over the
internet through an opt-in internet panel (link)"
p. 5, Sample