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Polls ending Nov. 1, 2020

President: general election, South Carolina, 2020
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817LV
Oct.31-Nov.2
817LV
Biden
39%
Biden
39%

Biden

39%

Trump

51%
51%
Trump  Trump+12
2,485LV
Oct.20-Nov.2
2,485LV
Biden
42%
Biden
42%

Biden

42%

Trump

56%
56%
Trump  Trump+14
2,485RV
Oct.20-Nov.2
2,485RV
Biden
44%
Biden
44%

Biden

44%

Trump

53%
53%
Trump  Trump+9

U.S. Senate, South Carolina, 2020

802LV
Oct.31-Nov.2
802LV
Harrison
41%
Harrison
41%

Harrison

41%

Graham

51%
51%
Graham  Graham+10

Oct. 31, 2020

President: general election, South Carolina, 2020
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880LV
Oct.27-Nov.1
880LV
Biden
44%
Biden
44%

Biden

44%

Trump

53%

Jorgensen

2%

Hawkins

0%
53%
TrumpTrump+9
426LV
Oct.23-Nov.1
426LV
Biden
49%
Biden
49%

Biden

49%

Trump

50%

Jorgensen

1%

Hawkins

0%
50%
TrumpTrump+1

U.S. Senate, South Carolina, 2020

880LV
Oct.27-Nov.1
880LV
Harrison
46%
Harrison
46%

Harrison

46%

Graham

49%

Bledsoe

4%
49%
GrahamGraham+3
416LV
Oct.23-Nov.1
416LV
Harrison
52%
Harrison
52%

Harrison

52%

Graham

46%

Bledsoe

2%
46%
GrahamHarrison+6

Oct. 30, 2020

U.S. Senate, South Carolina, 2020

904LV
Oct.22-31
904LV
Harrison
44%
Harrison
44%

Harrison

44%

Graham

46%
46%
Graham  Graham+2

Oct. 26, 2020

President: general election, South Carolina, 2020
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1,196LV
Oct.22-27
1,196LV
Biden
44%
Biden
44%

Biden

44%

Trump

50%

Jorgensen

1%

Hawkins

0%
50%
TrumpTrump+6

U.S. Senate, South Carolina, 2020

1,196LV
Oct.22-27
1,196LV
Harrison
46%
Harrison
46%

Harrison

46%

Graham

46%

Bledsoe

3%
46%
GrahamEven

Oct. 25, 2020

U.S. Senate, South Carolina, 2020

800LV
Oct.26
800LV
Harrison
43%
Harrison
43%

Harrison

43%

Graham

52%

Bledsoe

3%
52%
GrahamGraham+9
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