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Polls ending June 3, 2024

U.S. House, VA-5, 2024, Republican primary

June 2-4
300LV
June 2-4
300LV
McGuire
41%
McGuire
41%

McGuire

41%

Good

31%
31%
Good  McGuire+10
May 30-June 4
301LV
May 30-June 4
301LV
Good
39%
Good
39%

Good

39%

McGuire

30%
30%
McGuire  Good+9

June 2, 2024

President: general election, Virginia, 2024

June 1-3
1,107RV
June 1-3
1,107RV
Biden
42%
Biden
42%

Biden

42%

Trump

41%

Kennedy

9%

West

2%

Stein

2%
41%
TrumpBiden+1
June 1-3
1,107RV
June 1-3
1,107RV
Biden
48%
Biden
48%

Biden

48%

Trump

48%
48%
Trump  Even

May 22, 2024

U.S. House, VA-7, 2024, Democratic primary

May 20-23
500LV
May 20-23
500LV
Vindman
43%
Vindman
43%

Vindman

43%

Bailey

10%

Guzman

8%

Sewell

4%

Franklin

3%
10%
BaileyVindman+33

U.S. House, VA-10, 2024, Democratic primary

May 17-23
792LV
May 17-23
792LV
Helmer
17%
Helmer
17%

Helmer

17%

Subramanyam

16%

Qarni

12%

Filler-Corn

9%

Boysko

7%

Reid

5%

Maldonado

3%

Kaul

3%

Nembhard

2%

Devoe

1%

Leighton

1%

Pokharel

0%
16%
SubramanyamHelmer+1

May 20, 2024

President: general election, Virginia, 2024

May 12-21
711LV
May 12-21
711LV
Biden
40%
Biden
40%

Biden

40%

Trump

38%

Kennedy

8%

Stein

3%
38%
TrumpBiden+2
May 12-21
711LV
May 12-21
711LV
Biden
42%
Biden
42%

Biden

42%

Trump

42%
42%
Trump  Even

May 1, 2024

U.S. House, VA-5, 2024, Republican primary

April 30-May 2
504LV
April 30-May 2
504LV
McGuire
45%
McGuire
45%

McGuire

45%

Good

31%
31%
Good  McGuire+14
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