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Polls ending Jan. 27, 2024

President: general election, South Dakota, 2024

Jan. 23-28
1,777RV
Jan. 23-28
1,777RV
Biden
26%
Biden
26%

Biden

26%

Trump

55%
55%
Trump  Trump+29

Jan. 6, 2024

President: Republican primary, South Dakota, 2024

Jan. 5-7
850LV
Jan. 5-7
850LV
Trump
52%
Trump
52%

Trump

52%

Haley

12%

DeSantis

9%

Christie

7%

Ramaswamy

3%
12%
HaleyTrump+40

Oct. 3, 2023

President: general election, South Dakota, 2024

Oct. 1-4
432RV
Oct. 1-4
432RV
Biden
28%
Biden
28%

Biden

28%

Trump

50%
50%
Trump  Trump+22

Oct. 20, 2022

President: general election, South Dakota, 2024

Oct. 19-21
1,500LV
Oct. 19-21
1,500LV
Biden
33%
Biden
33%

Biden

33%

Trump

53%
53%
Trump  Trump+21

U.S. Senate, South Dakota, 2022

Oct. 19-21
1,500LV
Oct. 19-21
1,500LV
Bengs
27%
Bengs
27%

Bengs

27%

Thune

58%

Lesnar

5%
58%
ThuneThune+31

U.S. House, SD-1, 2022

Oct. 19-21
1,500LV
Oct. 19-21
1,500LV
Duprel
16%
Duprel
16%

Duprel

16%

Johnson

59%
59%
Johnson  Johnson+43

Governor, South Dakota, 2022

Oct. 19-21
1,500LV
Oct. 19-21
1,500LV
Smith
39%
Smith
39%

Smith

39%

Noem

58%

Quint

4%
58%
NoemNoem+19

Oct. 9, 2022

U.S. Senate, South Dakota, 2022

Sept. 28-Oct. 10
565RV
Sept. 28-Oct. 10
565RV
Bengs
28%
Bengs
28%

Bengs

28%

Thune

53%
53%
Thune  Thune+25

Governor, South Dakota, 2022

Sept. 28-Oct. 10
565RV
Sept. 28-Oct. 10
565RV
Smith
41%
Smith
41%

Smith

41%

Noem

45%
45%
Noem  Noem+4
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