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Who’s ahead in the North Carolina governor general?

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Governor, North Carolina, 2024, General election

May 13-18
835LV
May 13-18
835LV
Stein
44%
Stein
44%

Stein

44%

Robinson

43%
43%
Robinson  Stein+1
May 6-13
601LV
May 6-13
601LV
Stein
37%
Stein
37%

Stein

37%

Robinson

37%
37%
Robinson  Even
May 2-9
804RV
May 2-9
804RV
Stein
34%
Stein
34%

Stein

34%

Robinson

39%
39%
Robinson  Robinson+5
May 2-9
1,002A
May 2-9
1,002A
Stein
30%
Stein
30%

Stein

30%

Robinson

35%
35%
Robinson  Robinson+5
May 4-5
600LV
May 4-5
600LV
Stein
39%
Stein
39%

Stein

39%

Robinson

39%

Ross

4%

Turner

1%
39%
RobinsonEven
April 25-29
1,000RV
April 25-29
1,000RV
Stein
41%
Stein
41%

Stein

41%

Robinson

42%
42%
Robinson  Even
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