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Polls ending April 25, 2024

Governor, Missouri, 2024, Republican primary
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April 23-26
504LV
April 23-26
504LV
Ashcroft
36%
Ashcroft
36%

Ashcroft

36%

Kehoe

11%

Eigel

3%

Thomsen

3%

Grant

2%

Olsen

2%

Grundel

1%

Wright

1%
11%
KehoeAshcroft+25

April 20, 2024

President: general election, Missouri, 2024

April 13-21
509LV
April 13-21
509LV
Kennedy
42%
Kennedy
42%

Kennedy

42%

Trump

45%
45%
Trump  Trump+3
April 13-21
509LV
April 13-21
509LV
Biden
37%
Biden
37%

Biden

37%

Kennedy

52%
52%
Kennedy  Kennedy+15

March 7, 2024

U.S. Senate, Missouri, 2024, General election

March 6-8
713LV
March 6-8
713LV
Kunce
39%
Kunce
39%

Kunce

39%

Hawley

53%
53%
Hawley  Hawley+14

Governor, Missouri, 2024, General election

March 6-8
713LV
March 6-8
713LV
Quade
36%
Quade
36%

Quade

36%

Ashcroft

53%
53%
Ashcroft  Ashcroft+17

Feb. 25, 2024

Governor, Missouri, 2024, Democratic primary

Feb. 14-26
396LV
Feb. 14-26
396LV
Quade
21%
Quade
21%

Quade

21%

Hamra

5%

Gladney

4%

Unsicker

4%
5%
HamraQuade+16

Governor, Missouri, 2024, Republican primary
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Feb. 14-26
414LV
Feb. 14-26
414LV
Ashcroft
28%
Ashcroft
28%

Ashcroft

28%

Kehoe

10%

Eigel

8%

Wright

3%
10%
KehoeAshcroft+18

Feb. 8, 2024

U.S. House, MO-1, 2024, Democratic primary

Feb. 7-9
401LV
Feb. 7-9
401LV
Bell
50%
Bell
50%

Bell

50%

Bush

28%

Chappelle-Nadal

4%
28%
BushBell+22
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