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Who’s ahead in the Oregon governor race?

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Governor, Oregon, 2022
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600LV
Sep.23-24
600LV
Kotek
33%
Kotek
33%

Kotek

33%

Drazan

35%

Johnson

21%
35%
DrazanDrazan+2
600LV
Sep.23-24
600LV
Kotek
31%
Kotek
31%

Kotek

31%

Drazan

32%

Johnson

18%

Noble

1%

Smith

1%
32%
DrazanDrazan+1
397LV
Aug.10-14
397LV
Kotek
32%
Kotek
32%

Kotek

32%

Drazan

33%

Johnson

21%
33%
DrazanDrazan+1
600LV
Jun.28-30
600LV
Kotek
31%
Kotek
31%

Kotek

31%

Drazan

32%

Johnson

24%
32%
DrazanDrazan+1
600LV
Jun.23-29
600LV
Kotek
33%
Kotek
33%

Kotek

33%

Johnson

30%

Drazan

23%
30%
JohnsonKotek+3
516LV
May 25-27
516LV
Kotek
28%
Kotek
28%

Kotek

28%

Drazan

30%

Johnson

19%
30%
DrazanDrazan+2
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