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Polls ending Dec. 20, 2022

President: Republican primary, Texas, 2024

1,051LV
Dec.19-21
1,051LV
Trump
37%
Trump
37%

Trump

37%

DeSantis

36%

Cruz

4%

Haley

4%

Pence

4%

Pompeo

2%

T. Scott

1%
36%
DeSantisTrump+1

Nov. 27, 2022

President: Republican primary, Texas, 2024

860LV
Nov.27-28
860LV
Trump
37%
Trump
37%

Trump

37%

DeSantis

34%

Pence

5%

Haley

4%

Cruz

3%

Pompeo

2%

T. Scott

1%
34%
DeSantisTrump+3

Nov. 12, 2022

President: Republican primary, Texas, 2024

1,099LV
Nov.12-13
1,099LV
DeSantis
66%
DeSantis
66%

DeSantis

66%

Pence

8%

Haley

5%

Pompeo

3%

T. Scott

2%
8%
PenceDeSantis+58
1,099LV
Nov.12-13
1,099LV
DeSantis
43%
DeSantis
43%

DeSantis

43%

Trump

32%

Pence

5%

Haley

4%

T. Scott

1%

Pompeo

1%
32%
TrumpDeSantis+11

Nov. 4, 2022

Governor, Texas, 2022
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786LV
Nov.2-5
786LV
O'Rourke
42%
O'Rourke
42%

O'Rourke

42%

Abbott

53%
53%
Abbott  Abbott+11
722LV
Aug.7-Nov.5
722LV
O'Rourke
47%
O'Rourke
47%

O'Rourke

47%

Abbott

53%
53%
Abbott  Abbott+6

Oct. 25, 2022

Governor, Texas, 2022
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1,200LV
Oct.19-26
1,200LV
O'Rourke
40%
O'Rourke
40%

O'Rourke

40%

Abbott

53%

Tippetts

2%

Barrios

1%
53%
AbbottAbbott+13
817LV
Oct.11-26
817LV
O'Rourke
44%
O'Rourke
44%

O'Rourke

44%

Abbott

51%
51%
Abbott  Abbott+7
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