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Polls ending April 7, 2024

Governor, North Carolina, 2024, General election

April 7-8
600LV
April 7-8
600LV
Stein
38%
Stein
38%

Stein

38%

Robinson

40%

Ross

3%

Turner

1%
40%
RobinsonRobinson+2
April 4-8
1,401RV
April 4-8
1,401RV
Stein
48%
Stein
48%

Stein

48%

Robinson

41%

Ross

4%

Turner

2%
41%
RobinsonStein+7
April 4-8
1,401RV
April 4-8
1,401RV
Stein
52%
Stein
52%

Stein

52%

Robinson

44%
44%
Robinson  Stein+8

March 29, 2024

Governor, North Carolina, 2024, General election

March 22-30
829RV
March 22-30
829RV
Stein
37%
Stein
37%

Stein

37%

Robinson

34%
34%
Robinson  Stein+3
March 22-30
1,016A
March 22-30
1,016A
Stein
32%
Stein
32%

Stein

32%

Robinson

30%
30%
Robinson  Stein+2

March 13, 2024

Governor, North Carolina, 2024, General election

March 11-14
1,197RV
March 11-14
1,197RV
Stein
49%
Stein
49%

Stein

49%

Robinson

47%
47%
Robinson  Stein+2

March 8, 2024

Governor, North Carolina, 2024, General election

March 3-9
598LV
March 3-9
598LV
Stein
44%
Stein
44%

Stein

44%

Robinson

42%
42%
Robinson  Stein+2

March 6, 2024

Governor, North Carolina, 2024, General election

March 6-7
600LV
March 6-7
600LV
Stein
39%
Stein
39%

Stein

39%

Robinson

44%

Ross

2%

Turner

1%
44%
RobinsonRobinson+5
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