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Who’s ahead in the Iowa 3rd District House race?

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U.S. House, IA-3, 2022

400LV
Oct.24-25
400LV
Axne
44%
Axne
44%

Axne

44%

Nunn

46%
46%
Nunn  Nunn+2
400LV
Sep.21-25
400LV
Axne
44%
Axne
44%

Axne

44%

Nunn

46%
46%
Nunn  Nunn+2
500LV
Sep.7-11
500LV
Axne
47%
Axne
47%

Axne

47%

Nunn

47%
47%
Nunn  Even
400LV
Jul.29-Aug.5
400LV
Axne
41%
Axne
41%

Axne

41%

Nunn

49%
49%
Nunn  Nunn+8
400LV
Jul.9-11
400LV
Axne
43%
Axne
43%

Axne

43%

Nunn

43%
43%
Nunn  Even
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