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Who’s ahead in the New York Senate race?

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U.S. Senate, New York, 2022
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Nov. 4-6
450LV
Nov. 4-6
450LV
Schumer
59%
Schumer
59%

Schumer

59%

Pinion

39%
39%
Pinion  Schumer+20
Aug. 8-Nov. 6
279LV
Aug. 8-Nov. 6
279LV
Schumer
60%
Schumer
60%

Schumer

60%

Pinion

40%
40%
Pinion  Schumer+20
Oct. 28-31
1,000LV
Oct. 28-31
1,000LV
Schumer
57%
Schumer
57%

Schumer

57%

Pinion

39%

Sare

1%
39%
PinionSchumer+19
Oct. 27-31
1,198LV
Oct. 27-31
1,198LV
Schumer
51%
Schumer
51%

Schumer

51%

Pinion

40%

Sare

5%
40%
PinionSchumer+11
Oct. 27-29
501LV
Oct. 27-29
501LV
Schumer
50%
Schumer
50%

Schumer

50%

Pinion

38%
38%
Pinion  Schumer+12
Oct. 26-28
818LV
Oct. 26-28
818LV
Schumer
56%
Schumer
56%

Schumer

56%

Pinion

39%
39%
Pinion  Schumer+17
Oct. 24-26
1,001A
Oct. 24-26
1,001A
Schumer
54%
Schumer
54%

Schumer

54%

Pinion

27%
27%
Pinion  Schumer+27
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