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Who’s ahead in the Illinois Senate race?

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U.S. Senate, Illinois, 2022
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450LV
Nov.4-6
450LV
Duckworth
58%
Duckworth
58%

Duckworth

58%

Salvi

40%
40%
Salvi  Duckworth+18
659LV
Oct.22-25
659LV
Duckworth
56%
Duckworth
56%

Duckworth

56%

Salvi

40%
40%
Salvi  Duckworth+16
1,000LV
Oct.20-24
1,000LV
Duckworth
49%
Duckworth
49%

Duckworth

49%

Salvi

39%

Redpath

2%
39%
SalviDuckworth+10
770LV
Oct.10-11
770LV
Duckworth
50%
Duckworth
50%

Duckworth

50%

Salvi

36%

Redpath

5%
36%
SalviDuckworth+14
1,000RV
Oct.5-11
1,000RV
Duckworth
48%
Duckworth
48%

Duckworth

48%

Salvi

29%

Redpath

6%
29%
SalviDuckworth+20
1,000LV
Sep.21-23
1,000LV
Duckworth
50%
Duckworth
50%

Duckworth

50%

Salvi

31%
31%
Salvi  Duckworth+19
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