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Who’s ahead in the Maine governor race?

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Governor, Maine, 2022

922LV
Nov.2-6
922LV
Mills
52%
Mills
52%

Mills

52%

LePage

44%

Hunkler

2%
44%
LePageMills+8
1,116LV
Oct.28-Nov.2
1,116LV
Mills
49%
Mills
49%

Mills

49%

LePage

43%

Hunkler

4%
43%
LePageMills+6
800LV
Oct.7-15
800LV
Mills
49%
Mills
49%

Mills

49%

LePage

39%

Hunkler

2%
39%
LePageMills+10
1,164LV
Sep.19-20
1,164LV
Mills
53%
Mills
53%

Mills

53%

LePage

41%

Hunkler

1%
41%
LePageMills+11
694LV
Sep.15-19
694LV
Mills
53%
Mills
53%

Mills

53%

LePage

39%

Hunkler

1%
39%
LePageMills+14
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