No. Georgia instructions indicate you must use the Georgia standard deduction on your state return if you used the standard deduction on your federal return.
If you file a married filing separate return, both spouses must claim the same deduction (standard or itemized) unless they have lived apart for the entire tax year.
The Georgia standard deductions are:
|Single/Head of Household||$5,400|
|Married Filing Separate||$3,550|
|Married Filing Joint||$7,100|
Note: The additional deduction applies if you and/or your spouse are age 65 or over and/or blind.