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Polls ending Dec. 6, 2022

President: general election, Michigan, 2024

763V
Dec.6-7
763V
Biden
50%
Biden
50%

Biden

50%

Trump

43%
43%
Trump  Biden+7

Dec. 5, 2022

President: general election, Michigan, 2024

600LV
Nov.30-Dec.6
600LV
Biden
47%
Biden
47%

Biden

47%

Trump

43%
43%
Trump  Biden+4

Nov. 6, 2022

Governor, Michigan, 2022
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1,097LV
Nov.5-7
1,097LV
Whitmer
48%
Whitmer
48%

Whitmer

48%

Dixon

49%

Buzuma

1%
49%
DixonEven

Nov. 3, 2022

Governor, Michigan, 2022
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1,603LV
Nov.1-4
1,603LV
Whitmer
50%
Whitmer
50%

Whitmer

50%

Dixon

47%
47%
Dixon  Whitmer+4

Nov. 2, 2022

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