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Polls ending Jan. 25, 2023

President: general election, New Hampshire, 2024

1,179LV
Jan.25-26
1,179LV
Biden
36%
Biden
36%

Biden

36%

Sununu

48%
48%
Sununu  Sununu+12
1,179LV
Jan.25-26
1,179LV
Biden
40%
Biden
40%

Biden

40%

Trump

39%
39%
Trump  Biden+1

President: Democratic primary, New Hampshire, 2024

486LV
Jan.25-26
486LV
Biden
25%
Biden
25%

Biden

25%

Buttigieg

16%

M. Obama

15%

Harris

5%

Newsom

3%
16%
ButtigiegBiden+9

President: Republican primary, New Hampshire, 2024

506LV
Jan.25-26
506LV
Trump
37%
Trump
37%

Trump

37%

DeSantis

26%

Sununu

13%

Haley

4%

Pence

3%

Youngkin

0%
26%
DeSantisTrump+11

Jan. 22, 2023

President: Democratic primary, New Hampshire, 2024

346LV
Jan.19-23
346LV
Buttigieg
23%
Buttigieg
23%

Buttigieg

23%

Biden

19%

Warren

18%

Sanders

16%

Ocasio-Cortez

6%

Klobuchar

5%

Harris

2%

Newsom

1%

Warnock

1%

H. Clinton

0%

Polis

0%

Pritzker

0%

Whitmer

0%
19%
BidenButtigieg+4

President: Republican primary, New Hampshire, 2024

349LV
Jan.19-23
349LV
DeSantis
42%
DeSantis
42%

DeSantis

42%

Trump

30%

Haley

8%

Cheney

4%

Hogan

4%

Sununu

4%

Noem

2%

Cruz

1%

Pence

1%

Rubio

1%

Pompeo

0%

T. Scott

0%

Youngkin

0%
30%
TrumpDeSantis+12

Dec. 12, 2022

President: Republican primary, New Hampshire, 2024

434LV
Dec.5-13
434LV
DeSantis
33%
DeSantis
33%

DeSantis

33%

Trump

32%

Pence

3%
32%
TrumpDeSantis+1

Nov. 12, 2022

President: Republican primary, New Hampshire, 2024

401LV
Nov.11-13
401LV
DeSantis
52%
DeSantis
52%

DeSantis

52%

Trump

37%
37%
Trump  DeSantis+15

Nov. 5, 2022

U.S. Senate, New Hampshire, 2022
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1,056LV
Nov.5-6
1,056LV
Hassan
48%
Hassan
48%

Hassan

48%

Bolduc

45%

Kauffman

2%
45%
BolducHassan+4
2,077LV
Nov.2-6
2,077LV
Hassan
50%
Hassan
50%

Hassan

50%

Bolduc

48%

Kauffman

1%
48%
BolducHassan+2

U.S. House, NH-2, 2022
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1,027LV
Nov.2-6
1,027LV
Kuster
53%
Kuster
53%

Kuster

53%

Burns

45%
45%
Burns  Kuster+8

U.S. House, NH-1, 2022
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1,043LV
Nov.2-6
1,043LV
Pappas
50%
Pappas
50%

Pappas

50%

Leavitt

49%
49%
Leavitt  Pappas+1

Governor, New Hampshire, 2022
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1,056LV
Nov.5-6
1,056LV
Sherman
36%
Sherman
36%

Sherman

36%

Sununu

58%
58%
Sununu  Sununu+22
2,077LV
Nov.2-6
2,077LV
Sherman
43%
Sherman
43%

Sherman

43%

Sununu

55%

Halldorson

1%
55%
SununuSununu+12
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