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Polls ending Nov. 17, 2022

President: Republican primary, Iowa, 2024

393LV
Nov.14-18
393LV
DeSantis
33%
DeSantis
33%

DeSantis

33%

Trump

30%

Pence

3%

Haley

1%

Reynolds

1%

Noem

1%

Carson

1%
30%
TrumpDeSantis+3

Nov. 12, 2022

President: Republican primary, Iowa, 2024

508LV
Nov.11-13
508LV
DeSantis
48%
DeSantis
48%

DeSantis

48%

Trump

37%
37%
Trump  DeSantis+11

Nov. 2, 2022

U.S. Senate, Iowa, 2022
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801LV
Oct.31-Nov.3
801LV
Franken
41%
Franken
41%

Franken

41%

Grassley

53%
53%
Grassley  Grassley+12

Governor, Iowa, 2022
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801LV
Oct.31-Nov.3
801LV
DeJear
37%
DeJear
37%

DeJear

37%

Reynolds

54%

Stewart

4%
54%
ReynoldsReynolds+17

Oct. 26, 2022

U.S. Senate, Iowa, 2022
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600LV
Oct.26-27
600LV
Franken
43%
Franken
43%

Franken

43%

Grassley

54%
54%
Grassley  Grassley+11

Governor, Iowa, 2022
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600LV
Oct.26-27
600LV
DeJear
38%
DeJear
38%

DeJear

38%

Reynolds

57%
57%
Reynolds  Reynolds+19

Oct. 24, 2022

U.S. Senate, Iowa, 2022
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623LV
Oct.22-25
623LV
Franken
44%
Franken
44%

Franken

44%

Grassley

52%
52%
Grassley  Grassley+8

U.S. House, IA-3, 2022
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400LV
Oct.24-25
400LV
Axne
44%
Axne
44%

Axne

44%

Nunn

46%
46%
Nunn  Nunn+2

Governor, Iowa, 2022
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623LV
Oct.22-25
623LV
DeJear
42%
DeJear
42%

DeJear

42%

Reynolds

54%
54%
Reynolds  Reynolds+12
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