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Polls ending May 4, 2024

U.S. Senate, West Virginia, 2024, Republican primary
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May 2-5
558LV
May 2-5
558LV
Justice
60%
Justice
60%

Justice

60%

Mooney

30%

Lawhorn

3%

Bird

2%

McKinney

2%

McNulty

2%

Lindsay

1%
30%
MooneyJustice+30

April 30, 2024

U.S. Senate, West Virginia, 2024, Republican primary
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April 24-May 1
407LV
April 24-May 1
407LV
Justice
67%
Justice
67%

Justice

67%

Mooney

23%
23%
Mooney  Justice+44

April 23, 2024

U.S. Senate, West Virginia, 2024, Republican primary
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April 22-24
400LV
April 22-24
400LV
Justice
49%
Justice
49%

Justice

49%

Mooney

35%
35%
Mooney  Justice+14

April 21, 2024

U.S. Senate, West Virginia, 2024, Republican primary
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April 20-22
500LV
April 20-22
500LV
Justice
60%
Justice
60%

Justice

60%

Mooney

24%
24%
Mooney  Justice+36

April 8, 2024

U.S. Senate, West Virginia, 2024, Republican primary
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April 3-9
400LV
April 3-9
400LV
Justice
66%
Justice
66%

Justice

66%

Mooney

24%
24%
Mooney  Justice+42
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