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Polls ending June 13, 2024

U.S. House, CA-51, 2024, General election

June 10-14
557LV
June 10-14
557LV
Jacobs
54%
Jacobs
54%

Jacobs

54%

Wells

32%
32%
Wells  Jacobs+22

June 9, 2024

U.S. House, CA-49, 2024, General election

June 5-10
559LV
June 5-10
559LV
Levin
50%
Levin
50%

Levin

50%

Gunderson

40%
40%
Gunderson  Levin+10

June 1, 2024

President: general election, California, 2024
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May 23-June 2
1,098LV
May 23-June 2
1,098LV
Biden
55%
Biden
55%

Biden

55%

Trump

31%
31%
Trump  Biden+24

U.S. Senate, California, 2024, General election

May 23-June 2
1,098LV
May 23-June 2
1,098LV
Schiff
62%
Schiff
62%

Schiff

62%

Garvey

37%
37%
Garvey  Schiff+25

U.S. House, CA-45, 2024, General election

May 23-June 2
600LV
May 23-June 2
600LV
Tran
41%
Tran
41%

Tran

41%

Steel

42%
42%
Steel  Steel+1

May 5, 2024

U.S. House, CA-41, 2024, General election

May 1-6
600LV
May 1-6
600LV
Rollins
45%
Rollins
45%

Rollins

45%

Calvert

44%
44%
Calvert  Rollins+1

April 22, 2024

President: general election, California, 2024
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April 16-23
250RV
April 16-23
250RV
Biden
48%
Biden
48%

Biden

48%

Trump

28%

Kennedy

12%

Stein

2%

West

2%
28%
TrumpBiden+20
April 16-23
250RV
April 16-23
250RV
Biden
59%
Biden
59%

Biden

59%

Trump

34%
34%
Trump  Biden+25
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