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Who’s ahead in the Illinois governor race?

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      Governor, Illinois, 2022

      1,208LV
      Nov.5-7
      1,208LV
      Pritzker
      49%
      Pritzker
      49%

      Pritzker

      49%

      Bailey

      42%

      Phillips

      5%
      42%
      BaileyPritzker+8
      450LV
      Nov.4-6
      450LV
      Pritzker
      59%
      Pritzker
      59%

      Pritzker

      59%

      Bailey

      39%
      39%
      Bailey  Pritzker+20
      659LV
      Oct.22-25
      659LV
      Pritzker
      56%
      Pritzker
      56%

      Pritzker

      56%

      Bailey

      39%
      39%
      Bailey  Pritzker+17
      1,000LV
      Oct.20-24
      1,000LV
      Pritzker
      52%
      Pritzker
      52%

      Pritzker

      52%

      Bailey

      42%

      Schluter

      3%
      42%
      BaileyPritzker+9
      600LV
      Oct.13-15
      600LV
      Pritzker
      44%
      Pritzker
      44%

      Pritzker

      44%

      Bailey

      42%

      Schluter

      4%
      42%
      BaileyPritzker+2
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