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Who’s ahead in the Florida Senate race?

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U.S. Senate, Florida, 2022
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210LV
Jun.27-Sep.25
210LV
Demings
45%
Demings
45%

Demings

45%

Rubio

51%

Misigoy

3%
51%
RubioRubio+6
617LV
Sep.17-20
617LV
Demings
47%
Demings
47%

Demings

47%

Rubio

49%
49%
Rubio  Rubio+2
500LV
Sep.15-18
500LV
Demings
41%
Demings
41%

Demings

41%

Rubio

45%

Misigoy

1%

Grant

1%

Nguyen

1%
45%
RubioRubio+4
600LV
Sep.10
600LV
Demings
46%
Demings
46%

Demings

46%

Rubio

49%
49%
Rubio  Rubio+3
999RV
Sep.9-10
999RV
Demings
40%
Demings
40%

Demings

40%

Rubio

48%
48%
Rubio  Rubio+8
608LV
Sep.9-10
608LV
Demings
45%
Demings
45%

Demings

45%

Rubio

50%
50%
Rubio  Rubio+5
815LV
Aug.31-Sep.7
815LV
Demings
41%
Demings
41%

Demings

41%

Rubio

50%
50%
Rubio  Rubio+9
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