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Polls ending June 19, 2022

U.S. Senate, Wisconsin, 2022

803RV
Jun.14-20
803RV
Nelson
44%
Nelson
44%

Nelson

44%

Johnson

43%
43%
Johnson  Nelson+1
803RV
Jun.14-20
803RV
Lasry
42%
Lasry
42%

Lasry

42%

Johnson

45%
45%
Johnson  Johnson+3
803RV
Jun.14-20
803RV
Godlewski
45%
Godlewski
45%

Godlewski

45%

Johnson

43%
43%
Johnson  Godlewski+2
803RV
Jun.14-20
803RV
Barnes
46%
Barnes
46%

Barnes

46%

Johnson

44%
44%
Johnson  Barnes+2

June 18, 2022

U.S. Senate, Pennsylvania, 2022

535LV
Jun.17-19
535LV
Fetterman
48%
Fetterman
48%

Fetterman

48%

Oz

44%
44%
Oz  Fetterman+4
500LV
Jun.12-19
500LV
Fetterman
50%
Fetterman
50%

Fetterman

50%

Oz

44%
44%
Oz  Fetterman+6

U.S. Senate, North Carolina, 2022
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600LV
Jun.17-19
600LV
Beasley
40%
Beasley
40%

Beasley

40%

Budd

45%

Bray

3%

Hoh

1%
45%
BuddBudd+5

June 15, 2022

U.S. Senate, Utah, 2022

300LV
Jun.14-16
300LV
McMullin
33%
McMullin
33%

McMullin

33%

Lee

52%
52%
Lee  Lee+19

June 14, 2022

June 12, 2022

U.S. Senate, Pennsylvania, 2022

500LV
Jun.10-13
500LV
Fetterman
46%
Fetterman
46%

Fetterman

46%

Oz

37%

Gerhardt

1%

Weiss

1%

Magee

1%

Stern

1%

Johnson

0%
37%
OzFetterman+9
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