Georgia poll: Trump, Clinton tied
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Donald TrumpDonald John TrumpBooker hits Biden's defense of remarks about segregationist senators: 'He's better than this' Booker hits Biden's defense of remarks about segregationist senators: 'He's better than this' Trump says Democrats are handing out subpoenas 'like they're cookies' MORE and Hillary ClintonHillary Diane Rodham ClintonDemocrats bristle as Hicks appears for daylong Capitol Hill testimony Democrats bristle as Hicks appears for daylong Capitol Hill testimony Trump: 'So sad' Democrats are putting Hope Hicks 'through hell' MORE are tied for support in a new poll out of Georgia, which has historically been a relatively safe state for Republican presidential candidates. 

Clinton and Trump each have 43 percent support from likely voters in the Fox 5 Atlanta poll conducted by Opinion Savvy and released on Thursday afternoon.
 
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A majority of undecided voters, 56 percent, said they would consider voting for Trump, and 59 percent said they would not consider voting for Clinton.
 
The polling shows that a plurality of likely voters in the state, 47 percent, think it's "likely" that the election could be "rigged." Thirty-seven percent said it was "unlikely."
 
Trump has raised that prospect in recent speeches, a notion at which many political figures, including President Obama, have scoffed.
 
The survey comes on the heels of four polls released this month in Georgia, with Trump leading in two and Clinton in two, suggesting the race is a dead heat there.
 
Georgia has awarded its electoral votes for the Republican nominee in seven of the past eight presidential elections, with the exception of 1992, when Bill ClintonWilliam (Bill) Jefferson ClintonThe unexpected shadow of 1994, 25 years later Broadway play 'Hillary and Clinton' closing early due to low ticket sales Broadway play 'Hillary and Clinton' closing early due to low ticket sales MORE won the state.
 
The survey of 730 likely voters was conducted Aug. 17 via landlines and cellphones with a margin of error of 3.6 points.