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Polls ending May 6, 2022

Governor, New Mexico, 2022

1,389LV
Apr.29-May 7
1,389LV
Lujan Grisham
48%
Lujan Grisham
48%

Lujan Grisham

48%

Zanetti

36%
36%
Zanetti  Lujan Grisham+12
1,389LV
Apr.29-May 7
1,389LV
Lujan Grisham
47%
Lujan Grisham
47%

Lujan Grisham

47%

Ronchetti

43%
43%
Ronchetti  Lujan Grisham+4
1,389LV
Apr.29-May 7
1,389LV
Lujan Grisham
48%
Lujan Grisham
48%

Lujan Grisham

48%

Maharg

32%
32%
Maharg  Lujan Grisham+16
1,389LV
Apr.29-May 7
1,389LV
Lujan Grisham
48%
Lujan Grisham
48%

Lujan Grisham

48%

Dow

36%
36%
Dow  Lujan Grisham+12
1,389LV
Apr.29-May 7
1,389LV
Lujan Grisham
47%
Lujan Grisham
47%

Lujan Grisham

47%

Block

37%
37%
Block  Lujan Grisham+10

Jan. 2, 2022

Governor, New Mexico, 2022

531LV
Jan.2-3
531LV
Lujan Grisham
40%
Lujan Grisham
40%

Lujan Grisham

40%

Zanetti

39%
39%
Zanetti  Lujan Grisham+2

May 20, 2021

U.S. House, NM-1, 2021

555LV
May 18-21
555LV
Stansbury
49%
Stansbury
49%

Stansbury

49%

Moores

33%

Dunn

5%

Manning

3%
33%
MooresStansbury+16

Nov. 1, 2020

President: general election, New Mexico, 2020
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1,481LV
Oct.20-Nov.2
1,481LV
Biden
56%
Biden
56%

Biden

56%

Trump

42%
42%
Trump  Biden+14
1,481RV
Oct.20-Nov.2
1,481RV
Biden
56%
Biden
56%

Biden

56%

Trump

42%
42%
Trump  Biden+14

Oct. 28, 2020

U.S. Senate, New Mexico, 2020

1,180LV
Oct.23-29
1,180LV
Lujan
52%
Lujan
52%

Lujan

52%

Ronchetti

44%

Walsh

3%
44%
RonchettiLujan+8

U.S. House, NM-3, 2020

347LV
Oct.23-29
347LV
Fernandez
58%
Fernandez
58%

Fernandez

58%

Johnson

35%
35%
Johnson  Fernandez+23

U.S. House, NM-2, 2020

403LV
Oct.23-29
403LV
Torres Small
46%
Torres Small
46%

Torres Small

46%

Herrell

48%
48%
Herrell  Herrell+2

U.S. House, NM-1, 2020

430LV
Oct.23-29
430LV
Haaland
58%
Haaland
58%

Haaland

58%

Garcia Holmes

37%
37%
Garcia Holmes  Haaland+21
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