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Polls ending May 19, 2024

President: general election, New Hampshire, 2024

May 16-20
1,140LV
May 16-20
1,140LV
Biden
52%
Biden
52%

Biden

52%

Trump

48%
48%
Trump  Biden+4
May 16-20
1,140LV
May 16-20
1,140LV
Biden
44%
Biden
44%

Biden

44%

Trump

41%

Kennedy

3%

Stein

2%

West

1%
41%
TrumpBiden+3
May 15-20
862RV
May 15-20
862RV
Biden
37%
Biden
37%

Biden

37%

Trump

37%

Kennedy

15%
37%
TrumpEven

Governor, New Hampshire, 2024, Republican primary

May 15-20
420RV
May 15-20
420RV
Ayotte
50%
Ayotte
50%

Ayotte

50%

Morse

28%
28%
Morse  Ayotte+22

May 13, 2024

President: general election, New Hampshire, 2024

May 6-14
600LV
May 6-14
600LV
Biden
42%
Biden
42%

Biden

42%

Trump

36%

Kennedy

11%
36%
TrumpBiden+6

April 20, 2024

President: general election, New Hampshire, 2024

April 13-21
515LV
April 13-21
515LV
Kennedy
45%
Kennedy
45%

Kennedy

45%

Trump

40%
40%
Trump  Kennedy+5
April 13-21
515LV
April 13-21
515LV
Biden
41%
Biden
41%

Biden

41%

Kennedy

47%
47%
Kennedy  Kennedy+6

Feb. 25, 2024

Governor, New Hampshire, 2024, Democratic primary

Feb. 22-26
600LV
Feb. 22-26
600LV
Craig
37%
Craig
37%

Craig

37%

Warmington

25%
25%
Warmington  Craig+12

Jan. 21, 2024

President: Republican primary, New Hampshire, 2024
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Jan. 21-22
500LV
Jan. 21-22
500LV
Trump
60%
Trump
60%

Trump

60%

Haley

38%
38%
Haley  Trump+22
Jan. 17-22
851LV
Jan. 17-22
851LV
Trump
57%
Trump
57%

Trump

57%

Haley

37%

DeSantis

3%
37%
HaleyTrump+20
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