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Who’s ahead in the Kentucky governor race?

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Governor, Kentucky, 2023

Nov. 1-2
660LV
Nov. 1-2
660LV
Beshear
50%
Beshear
50%

Beshear

50%

Cameron

48%
48%
Cameron  Beshear+2
Nov. 1-2
470LV
Nov. 1-2
470LV
Beshear
48%
Beshear
48%

Beshear

48%

Cameron

40%
40%
Cameron  Beshear+8
Oct. 30-Nov. 2
1,000LV
Oct. 30-Nov. 2
1,000LV
Beshear
48%
Beshear
48%

Beshear

48%

Cameron

49%
49%
Cameron  Cameron+1
Oct. 18-19
1,845LV
Oct. 18-19
1,845LV
Beshear
47%
Beshear
47%

Beshear

47%

Cameron

45%
45%
Cameron  Beshear+2
Oct. 14-16
721LV
Oct. 14-16
721LV
Beshear
52%
Beshear
52%

Beshear

52%

Cameron

44%
44%
Cameron  Beshear+8
Oct. 1-3
450RV
Oct. 1-3
450RV
Beshear
49%
Beshear
49%

Beshear

49%

Cameron

33%
33%
Cameron  Beshear+16
Sept. 25-28
500LV
Sept. 25-28
500LV
Beshear
48%
Beshear
48%

Beshear

48%

Cameron

42%
42%
Cameron  Beshear+6
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