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Polls ending Sept. 27, 2022

Governor, Nebraska, 2022

1,340LV
Sep.26-28
1,340LV
Blood
41%
Blood
41%

Blood

41%

Pillen

48%
48%
Pillen  Pillen+7

Aug. 6, 2022

U.S. House, NE-2, 2022
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501LV
Aug.3-7
501LV
Vargas
46%
Vargas
46%

Vargas

46%

Bacon

47%
47%
Bacon  Bacon+1

June 29, 2022

U.S. House, NE-2, 2022
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500LV
Jun.27-30
500LV
Vargas
48%
Vargas
48%

Vargas

48%

Bacon

47%
47%
Bacon  Vargas+1

May 19, 2022

U.S. House, NE-2, 2022
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500LV
May 19-20
500LV
Vargas
37%
Vargas
37%

Vargas

37%

Bacon

52%
52%
Bacon  Bacon+15

May 9, 2022

U.S. House, NE-2, 2022
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564LV
May 6-10
564LV
Vargas
42%
Vargas
42%

Vargas

42%

Bacon

39%
39%
Bacon  Vargas+3
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