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Polls ending Jan. 11, 2023

President: general election, North Carolina, 2024

500LV
Jan.9-12
500LV
Biden
48%
Biden
48%

Biden

48%

Trump

45%
45%
Trump  Biden+4
500LV
Jan.9-12
500LV
Biden
44%
Biden
44%

Biden

44%

DeSantis

49%
49%
DeSantis  DeSantis+5

President: Republican primary, North Carolina, 2024

213LV
Jan.9-12
213LV
DeSantis
47%
DeSantis
47%

DeSantis

47%

Trump

35%

Haley

4%

Pence

2%

Pompeo

2%

Hogan

1%
35%
TrumpDeSantis+13

Governor, North Carolina, 2024

500LV
Jan.9-12
500LV
Stein
42%
Stein
42%

Stein

42%

Robinson

42%
42%
Robinson  Robinson+1

Dec. 10, 2022

President: Republican primary, North Carolina, 2024

500LV
Dec.8-11
500LV
DeSantis
56%
DeSantis
56%

DeSantis

56%

Trump

35%
35%
Trump  DeSantis+22

Nov. 5, 2022

U.S. Senate, North Carolina, 2022
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1,098LV
Nov.4-6
1,098LV
Beasley
45%
Beasley
45%

Beasley

45%

Budd

51%
51%
Budd  Budd+6
1,322LV
Nov.2-6
1,322LV
Beasley
45%
Beasley
45%

Beasley

45%

Budd

51%

Bray

2%

Hoh

1%
51%
BuddBudd+6

Nov. 2, 2022

U.S. Senate, North Carolina, 2022
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1,183LV
Nov.1-3
1,183LV
Beasley
47%
Beasley
47%

Beasley

47%

Budd

52%

Bray

1%

Hoh

0%
52%
BuddBudd+5
250LV
Aug.5-Nov.3
250LV
Beasley
47%
Beasley
47%

Beasley

47%

Budd

48%

Hoh

4%

Bray

1%
48%
BuddBudd+1

Nov. 1, 2022

U.S. Senate, North Carolina, 2022
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1,140LV
Nov.1-2
1,140LV
Beasley
43%
Beasley
43%

Beasley

43%

Budd

50%

Hoh

1%

Bray

1%
50%
BuddBudd+7
674LV
Oct.29-Nov.2
674LV
Beasley
49%
Beasley
49%

Beasley

49%

Budd

49%
49%
Budd  Even
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