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Polls ending Jan. 21, 2022

U.S. Senate, Kentucky, 2022

625RV
Jan.19-22
625RV
Booker
39%
Booker
39%

Booker

39%

Paul

55%
55%
Paul  Paul+16

Nov. 1, 2020

President: general election, Kentucky, 2020
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2,009LV
Oct.20-Nov.2
2,009LV
Biden
40%
Biden
40%

Biden

40%

Trump

59%
59%
Trump  Trump+19
2,009RV
Oct.20-Nov.2
2,009RV
Biden
40%
Biden
40%

Biden

40%

Trump

58%
58%
Trump  Trump+18

Oct. 31, 2020

President: general election, Kentucky, 2020
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383LV
Oct.23-Nov.1
383LV
Biden
42%
Biden
42%

Biden

42%

Trump

55%

Jorgensen

4%
55%
TrumpTrump+14

U.S. Senate, Kentucky, 2020

365LV
Oct.23-Nov.1
365LV
McGrath
46%
McGrath
46%

McGrath

46%

McConnell

49%

Barron

5%
49%
McConnellMcConnell+3

Oct. 30, 2020

U.S. Senate, Kentucky, 2020

911LV
Oct.22-31
911LV
McGrath
40%
McGrath
40%

McGrath

40%

McConnell

51%
51%
McConnell  McConnell+11

Oct. 27, 2020

U.S. Senate, Kentucky, 2020

250RV
Oct.16-28
250RV
McGrath
40%
McGrath
40%

McGrath

40%

McConnell

50%
50%
McConnell  McConnell+10
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