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Who’s ahead in the Wisconsin governor race?

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860LV
Sep.16-18
860LV
Evers
45%
Evers
45%

Evers

45%

Michels

43%

Beglinger

4%
43%
MichelsEvers+2
651LV
Sep.14-15
651LV
Evers
49%
Evers
49%

Evers

49%

Michels

44%
44%
Michels  Evers+5
780LV
Sep.10-13
780LV
Evers
49%
Evers
49%

Evers

49%

Michels

48%
48%
Michels  Evers+1
801RV
Sep.6-11
801RV
Evers
44%
Evers
44%

Evers

44%

Michels

43%

Beglinger

8%
43%
MichelsEvers+1
632LV
Sep.6-11
632LV
Evers
47%
Evers
47%

Evers

47%

Michels

44%

Beglinger

5%
44%
MichelsEvers+3
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