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Who’s ahead in the Arizona Senate race?

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U.S. Senate, Arizona, 2022

1,094LV
Nov.5-7
1,094LV
Kelly
47%
Kelly
47%

Kelly

47%

Masters

48%

Victor

1%
48%
MastersMasters+2
450LV
Nov.4-6
450LV
Kelly
51%
Kelly
51%

Kelly

51%

Masters

47%

Victor

2%
47%
MastersKelly+4
550LV
Nov.4-6
550LV
Kelly
48%
Kelly
48%

Kelly

48%

Masters

47%

Victor

2%
47%
MastersKelly+2
560LV
Nov.2-6
560LV
Kelly
50%
Kelly
50%

Kelly

50%

Masters

47%

Victor

2%
47%
MastersKelly+3
809RV
Nov.2-6
809RV
Kelly
46%
Kelly
46%

Kelly

46%

Masters

43%

Victor

5%
43%
MastersKelly+3
1,359LV
Nov.2-6
1,359LV
Kelly
49%
Kelly
49%

Kelly

49%

Masters

50%

Victor

2%
50%
MastersMasters+1
501LV
Nov.2-3
501LV
Kelly
47%
Kelly
47%

Kelly

47%

Masters

46%
46%
Masters  Kelly+1
550LV
Nov.2
550LV
Kelly
48%
Kelly
48%

Kelly

48%

Masters

48%

Victor

2%
48%
MastersEven
1,075LV
Nov.1-2
1,075LV
Kelly
48%
Kelly
48%

Kelly

48%

Masters

47%

Victor

2%
47%
MastersKelly+1
500LV
Nov.1-2
500LV
Kelly
46%
Kelly
46%

Kelly

46%

Masters

45%
45%
Masters  Kelly+1
1,157RV
Oct.31-Nov.2
1,157RV
Kelly
49%
Kelly
49%

Kelly

49%

Masters

45%
45%
Masters  Kelly+4
814RV
Oct.30-Nov.2
814RV
Kelly
49%
Kelly
49%

Kelly

49%

Masters

48%
48%
Masters  Kelly+1
852LV
Oct.29-Nov.2
852LV
Kelly
49%
Kelly
49%

Kelly

49%

Masters

49%
49%
Masters  Even
1,000LV
Oct.30-Nov.1
1,000LV
Kelly
48%
Kelly
48%

Kelly

48%

Masters

48%

Victor

3%
48%
MastersEven
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