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Who’s ahead in the Connecticut Senate race?

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U.S. Senate, Connecticut, 2022

1,004A
Oct.24-26
1,004A
Blumenthal
51%
Blumenthal
51%

Blumenthal

51%

Levy

26%
26%
Levy  Blumenthal+25
1,879LV
Oct.19-23
1,879LV
Blumenthal
56%
Blumenthal
56%

Blumenthal

56%

Levy

41%
41%
Levy  Blumenthal+15
1,000LV
Oct.19-21
1,000LV
Blumenthal
54%
Blumenthal
54%

Blumenthal

54%

Levy

42%
42%
Levy  Blumenthal+12
1,200LV
Oct.10-13
1,200LV
Blumenthal
49%
Blumenthal
49%

Blumenthal

49%

Levy

44%
44%
Levy  Blumenthal+5
626LV
Sep.15-21
626LV
Blumenthal
53%
Blumenthal
53%

Blumenthal

53%

Levy

40%
40%
Levy  Blumenthal+13
766RV
Sep.15-21
766RV
Blumenthal
51%
Blumenthal
51%

Blumenthal

51%

Levy

37%
37%
Levy  Blumenthal+14
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