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Who’s ahead in the Michigan governor race?

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Governor, Michigan, 2022

1,603LV
Nov.1-4
1,603LV
Whitmer
50%
Whitmer
50%

Whitmer

50%

Dixon

47%
47%
Dixon  Whitmer+4
658LV
Nov.3
658LV
Whitmer
49%
Whitmer
49%

Whitmer

49%

Dixon

47%
47%
Dixon  Whitmer+2
600LV
Oct.28-Nov.1
600LV
Whitmer
54%
Whitmer
54%

Whitmer

54%

Dixon

43%

Buzuma

1%
43%
DixonWhitmer+11
900LV
Oct.28-31
900LV
Whitmer
51%
Whitmer
51%

Whitmer

51%

Dixon

46%

Buzuma

2%

Hogan

1%

Simpson

0%

Brandenburg

0%
46%
DixonWhitmer+5
1,584LV
Oct.27-31
1,584LV
Whitmer
51%
Whitmer
51%

Whitmer

51%

Dixon

45%
45%
Dixon  Whitmer+6
550LV
Oct.30
550LV
Whitmer
45%
Whitmer
45%

Whitmer

45%

Dixon

45%

Hogan

2%

Buzuma

2%
45%
DixonEven
1,137LV
Oct.26-30
1,137LV
Whitmer
49%
Whitmer
49%

Whitmer

49%

Dixon

47%
47%
Dixon  Whitmer+1
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