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Polls ending April 7, 2022

U.S. Senate, Colorado, 2022

612RV
Apr.6-8
612RV
Bennet
46%
Bennet
46%

Bennet

46%

Campana

40%
40%
Campana  Bennet+6

Oct. 23, 2021

U.S. Senate, Colorado, 2022

400RV
Oct.19-24
400RV
Bennet
52%
Bennet
52%

Bennet

52%

Hanks

34%
34%
Hanks  Bennet+18
400RV
Oct.19-24
400RV
Bennet
48%
Bennet
48%

Bennet

48%

Bremer

35%
35%
Bremer  Bennet+13

Sept. 11, 2021

U.S. Senate, Colorado, 2022

742LV
Sep.9-12
742LV
Bennet
40%
Bennet
40%

Bennet

40%

Bremer

32%
32%
Bremer  Bennet+8

June 22, 2021

U.S. Senate, Colorado, 2022

800RV
Jun.17-23
800RV
Bennet
51%
Bennet
51%

Bennet

51%

Boebert

38%
38%
Boebert  Bennet+13

Oct. 31, 2020

U.S. Senate, Colorado, 2020

502LV
Oct.29-Nov.1
502LV
Hickenlooper
53%
Hickenlooper
53%

Hickenlooper

53%

Gardner

42%
42%
Gardner  Hickenlooper+11
709LV
Oct.27-Nov.1
709LV
Hickenlooper
54%
Hickenlooper
54%

Hickenlooper

54%

Gardner

45%
45%
Gardner  Hickenlooper+9
443LV
Oct.23-Nov.1
443LV
Hickenlooper
57%
Hickenlooper
57%

Hickenlooper

57%

Gardner

43%
43%
Gardner  Hickenlooper+14
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