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Polls ending Feb. 21, 2024

U.S. Senate, Michigan, 2024, Republican primary

Feb. 19-22
600LV
Feb. 19-22
600LV
Rogers
23%
Rogers
23%

Rogers

23%

Meijer

7%

Pensler

2%
7%
MeijerRogers+16

Feb. 17, 2024

U.S. Senate, Michigan, 2024, General election

Feb. 13-18
600LV
Feb. 13-18
600LV
Slotkin
39%
Slotkin
39%

Slotkin

39%

Rogers

38%
38%
Rogers  Slotkin+1

Feb. 16, 2024

U.S. Senate, Michigan, 2024, Republican primary

Feb. 14-17
600LV
Feb. 14-17
600LV
Rogers
32%
Rogers
32%

Rogers

32%

Meijer

12%

Pensler

4%
12%
MeijerRogers+20

Jan. 9, 2024

U.S. Senate, Michigan, 2024, Republican primary

Jan. 4-10
600LV
Jan. 4-10
600LV
Craig
33%
Craig
33%

Craig

33%

Rogers

20%

Meijer

11%

Pensler

2%

Snyder

1%

Hoover

1%

O'Donnell

0%

Wilson

0%

Taylor

0%

Savage

0%

Samuel

0%
20%
RogersCraig+13

U.S. Senate, Michigan, 2024, Democratic primary

Jan. 4-10
600LV
Jan. 4-10
600LV
Slotkin
65%
Slotkin
65%

Slotkin

65%

Harper

7%

Love

2%

Beydoun

0%
7%
HarperSlotkin+58

Jan. 5, 2024

U.S. Senate, Michigan, 2024, General election

Jan. 2-6
600LV
Jan. 2-6
600LV
Slotkin
36%
Slotkin
36%

Slotkin

36%

Meijer

36%
36%
Meijer  Even
Jan. 2-6
600LV
Jan. 2-6
600LV
Slotkin
38%
Slotkin
38%

Slotkin

38%

Rogers

37%
37%
Rogers  Slotkin+1
Jan. 2-6
600LV
Jan. 2-6
600LV
Slotkin
36%
Slotkin
36%

Slotkin

36%

Craig

38%
38%
Craig  Craig+2
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