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Who’s ahead in the Missouri Senate race?

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U.S. Senate, Missouri, 2022

746LV
Nov.4-7
746LV
Busch Valentine
40%
Busch Valentine
40%

Busch Valentine

40%

Schmitt

55%
55%
Schmitt  Schmitt+15
1,079LV
Oct.30-Nov.1
1,079LV
Busch Valentine
42%
Busch Valentine
42%

Busch Valentine

42%

Schmitt

53%

Dine

2%
53%
SchmittSchmitt+11
791LV
Oct.27-Nov.1
791LV
Busch Valentine
41%
Busch Valentine
41%

Busch Valentine

41%

Schmitt

50%
50%
Schmitt  Schmitt+9
1,000LV
Oct.26-28
1,000LV
Busch Valentine
40%
Busch Valentine
40%

Busch Valentine

40%

Schmitt

54%

Dine

3%

Venable

1%
54%
SchmittSchmitt+14
1,011LV
Oct.24-25
1,011LV
Busch Valentine
42%
Busch Valentine
42%

Busch Valentine

42%

Schmitt

51%

Dine

2%

Venable

1%
51%
SchmittSchmitt+9
1,160LV
Sep.23-27
1,160LV
Busch Valentine
38%
Busch Valentine
38%

Busch Valentine

38%

Schmitt

49%
49%
Schmitt  Schmitt+11
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