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Who’s ahead in the Connecticut governor race?

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Governor, Connecticut, 2022

1,004A
Oct.24-26
1,004A
Lamont
55%
Lamont
55%

Lamont

55%

Stefanowski

24%
24%
Stefanowski  Lamont+31
500LV
Oct.23-24
500LV
Lamont
50%
Lamont
50%

Lamont

50%

Stefanowski

46%
46%
Stefanowski  Lamont+4
500LV
Oct.23-24
500LV
Lamont
49%
Lamont
49%

Lamont

49%

Stefanowski

43%

Hotaling

4%
43%
StefanowskiLamont+6
1,879LV
Oct.19-23
1,879LV
Lamont
56%
Lamont
56%

Lamont

56%

Stefanowski

41%
41%
Stefanowski  Lamont+15
1,000LV
Oct.19-21
1,000LV
Lamont
53%
Lamont
53%

Lamont

53%

Stefanowski

43%

Hotaling

2%
43%
StefanowskiLamont+11
718LV
Oct.15-18
718LV
Lamont
52%
Lamont
52%

Lamont

52%

Stefanowski

34%

Hotaling

4%
34%
StefanowskiLamont+18
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