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Who’s ahead in the Michigan Senate general?

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

July 17-18
650RV
July 17-18
650RV
Slotkin
46%
Slotkin
46%

Slotkin

46%

Rogers

38%
38%
Rogers  Slotkin+8
June 29-July 1
584LV
June 29-July 1
584LV
Slotkin
47%
Slotkin
47%

Slotkin

47%

Rogers

43%
43%
Rogers  Slotkin+4
June 21-26
600LV
June 21-26
600LV
Slotkin
44%
Slotkin
44%

Slotkin

44%

Rogers

42%
42%
Rogers  Slotkin+2
June 13-18
1,000RV
June 13-18
1,000RV
Slotkin
43%
Slotkin
43%

Slotkin

43%

Rogers

39%
39%
Rogers  Slotkin+5
June 3
710LV
June 3
710LV
Slotkin
36%
Slotkin
36%

Slotkin

36%

Rogers

33%
33%
Rogers  Slotkin+3
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