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2,500LV
May 22-26
2,500LV
Democrat
41%
Democrat
41%

Democrat

41%

Republican

47%
47%
Republican  Republican+6

May 24, 2022

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1,148RV
May 24-25
1,148RV
Democrat
42%
Democrat
42%

Democrat

42%

Republican

45%
45%
Republican  Republican+3

May 23, 2022

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908LV
May 21-24
908LV
Democrat
41%
Democrat
41%

Democrat

41%

Republican

45%
45%
Republican  Republican+4

May 22, 2022

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1,020LV
May 20-23
1,020LV
Democrat
45%
Democrat
45%

Democrat

45%

Republican

45%
45%
Republican  Even
1,020RV
May 20-23
1,020RV
Democrat
46%
Democrat
46%

Democrat

46%

Republican

43%
43%
Republican  Democrat+3

May 21, 2022

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2,005RV
May 20-22
2,005RV
Democrat
45%
Democrat
45%

Democrat

45%

Republican

41%
41%
Republican  Democrat+4
1,368RV
May 19-22
1,368RV
Democrat
42%
Democrat
42%

Democrat

42%

Republican

38%
38%
Republican  Democrat+4
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