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Who’s ahead in the Minnesota governor race?

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Governor, Minnesota, 2022

836LV
Oct.26-30
836LV
Walz
51%
Walz
51%

Walz

51%

Jensen

43%
43%
Jensen  Walz+8
219LV
Oct.10-30
219LV
Walz
52%
Walz
52%

Walz

52%

Jensen

31%
31%
Jensen  Walz+21
1,091LV
Oct.17-19
1,091LV
Walz
46%
Walz
46%

Walz

46%

Jensen

46%

McTavish

1%

McCaskel

1%

Patterson

1%

Prosser

0%
46%
JensenJensen+1
1,585LV
Oct.10-14
1,585LV
Walz
47%
Walz
47%

Walz

47%

Jensen

42%

McCaskel

1%

McTavish

1%

Prosser

1%

Patterson

1%
42%
JensenWalz+5
600LV
Sep.24-26
600LV
Walz
48%
Walz
48%

Walz

48%

Jensen

44%

McCaskel

1%

Prosser

1%

Patterson

1%

McTavish

0%
44%
JensenWalz+3
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