2021 Atlanta Mayoral Race Polls: Andre Dickens Shocks Felicia Moore to become the next Mayor of Atlanta

2021 Atlanta Mayoral Race Polls: Andre Dickens Shocks Felicia Moore to become the next Mayor of Atlanta

2021 Atlanta Mayoral Race Polls: Andre Dickens Shocks Felicia Moore to become the next Mayor of Atlanta

Updated on December 1st, 2021

Latest Results, Dec 1st, 2021

Andre Dickens: 44,020 Votes

Felicia Moore: 25,716 Votes

Originally tweeted by Greg Bluestein (@bluestein) on December 1, 2021.

And that’s it: National outlets have called the race for Andre Dickens. A large crowd gathers out an outdoor stage as the Atlanta mayor-elect prepares to give his victory speech. #gapol #atlpol

Originally tweeted by J.D. Capelouto (@jdcapelouto)

The map on the left shows the results from the Nov. 30 general election — Felicia Moore won all of the yellow precincts. In the map on the right, precincts going for Moore (so far) are in blue. Moore will have to make up a lot of ground w/ the Election Day vote to win tonight

Originally tweeted by Steve Matthews (@SteveMatthews12) on December 1, 2021.

Dickens leading in Atlanta mayor’s race. Prediction market (which to be fair can’t have much volume) has the race decided.


2021 Atlanta Mayoral Race Polls: Social Media Sentiment for Candidates For Last 24 hours on November 30th, 2021

Positive SentimentNegative Sentiment
Felicia Moore0%42%
Andre Dickens6%7%

2021 Atlanta Mayoral Race Polls: Latest Polls

Polling agencyDates of pollingFelicia MooreAndre DickensUndecided
Average of all PollsNov 11th-Nov 23th41.5%41.5%17%
Survey USA PollsNov 17th- Nov 23rd46%40%14%
University of Georgia/AJC PollsNov 11th-19th37%43%20%

2021 Atlanta Mayoral Race Polls: Google Search Update, Nov 30th

Last 4 Hours

Moore was comfortably ahead of Andre Dickens this morning. However, Dickens picked momentum in the 2nd half

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Last 4 hours in the evening today

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2021 Atlanta Mayoral Race Polls: Latest Updates

Atlanta mayoral candidate Andre Dickens is optimistic on Election Day

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Atlanta mayoral candidate Felicia Moore speaks on election day

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On November 30, Voters will decide which candidate will lead Atlanta for the next four years. The race between Felicia Moore and Andre Dickens is still tough, and only 30% of voters have registered for the polls for the primary earlier this month.

Both the candidates have been canvassing neighbourhoods and holding public forums to increase voter turnout on Tuesday. In last week there was a massive change in the Atlanta mayoral race when polls showed Andre Dickens had taken the major lead.

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2021 Atlanta Mayoral Race Polls: Latest videos and ads

T.I. On Atlanta Mayoral Candidate Wanting To Close Down The Skrip Clubs! 😱

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2021 Atlanta Mayoral Race Polls: Latest Tweets

Originally tweeted by Felicia Moore (@mooreforatlanta) on November 30, 2021.

Saying it louder for the people in the back. Don’t believe the lies. #AtlantaDeservesMoore

Take it from my friend, Dallas Austin. I have never supported shutting down clubs. B/c my opponent does not have a record to run on, he is making up lies to hurt our campaign to move Atlanta forward. Let’s stick to the facts & address the real issues not these false distractions.

Originally tweeted by Andre Dickens (@andreforatlanta) on November 29, 2021.

I know I can’t be the only one excited about Election Day! Don’t forget that tomorrow is your last day to vote for me as the next Mayor of Atlanta! But TONIGHT join us for a rally to vote! Together, we are going to move Atlanta forward. #AndreforAtlanta #VoteAndreDickens

Originally tweeted by Andre Dickens (@andreforatlanta) on November 29, 2021.

Collaboration will be key for the next Mayor, which is why I’m so proud to have the endorsements of 3 mayors, 6 council members, 4 county commissioners, 4 school board members, 20+ state officials, & 30+ faith leaders. Vote tomorrow for the future of Atlanta! #VoteAndreDickens

Originally tweeted by Andre Dickens (@andreforatlanta) on November 29, 2021.

Getting out and getting to know some more voters over the weekend was a highlight! Tomorrow is Election Day and your vote counts! #AndreforAtlanta #VoteAndreDickens

How is the Mayor of Atlanta Elected?

Atlanta uses a nonpartisan blanket primary to elect its Governor. All the candidates will appear on the ballot for the Primary election whether endorsed by any party or not. The major candidates who ran for office on 2nd November are:

If none of the candidates gets 50% or more vote share, a run-off election is held between the top two candidates. Felicia Moore and Andre Dickens will be on the ballot for November’s 30th election.

What are the top issues?

As per the AJC/University of Georgia Poll. The Top priorities of the people are:-

  • Crime – 43.7%
  • Affordable Housing – 17.3%
  • Covid Pandemic – 13.8%
  • Income Inequality – 7.2%
  • Traffic Congestion -3.8%
  • Corruption – 3.8%

As per the Atlanta Magazine, some other priorities of any incoming mayor will be

  • Dealing with poverty. As the poverty rate of the city is 20%, 30% for African Americans
  • Upgrading the city’s infrastructure.Its transit, bike lanes,sidewalks and roads.

The New Mayor will also have to work to keep the city united and convince the people of Buckhead that it’s not in ther interest to leave the city to form a new municipality

Everything you need to know about the Atlanta Mayoral race

Racial Demographics of Atlanta

As per the Census 2020, the population of Atlanta is about 500,000

Black American (non-Hispanic)47.2%
White American (non-Hispanic)39.8%
Asian American4.5%
Hispanic American6.0%

2021 Atlanta Mayoral Race Polls: What happened in Last Election?

The 2017 Atlanta mayoral election was held on 7th of November. The Incumbent Mayor Kasim Reed was ineligible to run for the office due to the term limit. For the November 7th election a total of 14 candidates qualified but none of the candidates got the majority.

A run-off election was held on December 5th between Keisha Lance Bottoms and Mary Norwood. An unofficial result was declared on December 5th with Keisha Lance Bottoms as winner however, Mary Norwood called for a recount. On December 17, 2017, Keisha Lance Bottoms was officially certified as the winner and Mary Norwood conceded the defeat.

2021 Atlanta Mayoral Race Polls: Kasim Reed 19%, Felicia Moore 16%, Undecided 36%

Read: Boston Mayoral Election Opinion Poll 2021: Who will be the Next Mayor?

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