2018 Democratic Gubernatorial Primary Vote Choice (February 2018)

2018 Democratic Gubernatorial Primary Vote Choice (February 2018)

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Lupe Valdez43%
Andrew White24%
Grady Yarbrough7%
Tom Wakely7%
Adrian Ocegueda5%
Jeffrey Payne5%
Cedric Davis, Sr.4%
Joe Mumbach3%
James Jolly Clark1%

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categoryLean DemocratNot very strong DemocratStrong Democrat
Lupe Valdez57%37%42%
Andrew White18%37%25%
Grady Yarbrough6%1%7%
Tom Wakely7%7%6%
Adrian Ocegueda7%9%4%
Jeffrey Payne1%5%7%
Cedric Davis, Sr.0%1%5%
Joe Mumbach0%2%3%
James Jolly Clark4%0%1%

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categoryLeaning liberalSomewhat liberalExtremely liberal
Lupe Valdez40%38%59%
Andrew White17%26%17%
Grady Yarbrough16%4%4%
Tom Wakely15%10%1%
Adrian Ocegueda7%7%1%
Jeffrey Payne2%4%11%
Cedric Davis, Sr.0%2%6%
Joe Mumbach0%5%1%
James Jolly Clark3%3%0%

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categoryWhiteBlackHispanic
Lupe Valdez48%32%31%
Andrew White26%16%29%
Grady Yarbrough7%10%5%
Tom Wakely9%0%4%
Adrian Ocegueda1%8%15%
Jeffrey Payne4%7%7%
Cedric Davis, Sr.1%23%0%
Joe Mumbach1%5%8%
James Jolly Clark2%0%0%

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categoryMaleFemale
Lupe Valdez41%45%
Andrew White25%24%
Grady Yarbrough6%8%
Tom Wakely12%3%
Adrian Ocegueda6%4%
Jeffrey Payne2%8%
Cedric Davis, Sr.4%5%
Joe Mumbach3%3%
James Jolly Clark3%0%

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categoryUrbanSuburbanRural
Lupe Valdez50%41%32%
Andrew White27%24%21%
Grady Yarbrough2%9%17%
Tom Wakely3%11%2%
Adrian Ocegueda6%3%9%
Jeffrey Payne3%6%5%
Cedric Davis, Sr.3%6%2%
Joe Mumbach2%1%12%
James Jolly Clark4%0%0%

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category18-2930-4445-6465+
Lupe Valdez24%38%50%44%
Andrew White0%32%28%22%
Grady Yarbrough17%2%6%9%
Tom Wakely17%7%5%5%
Adrian Ocegueda25%8%1%1%
Jeffrey Payne16%6%2%5%
Cedric Davis, Sr.0%3%6%4%
Joe Mumbach0%2%1%7%
James Jolly Clark0%3%0%2%

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categoryNo high schoolHigh school graduateSome college2-year4-yearPost-grad
Lupe Valdez70%34%41%43%45%49%
Andrew White0%42%20%19%17%33%
Grady Yarbrough0%7%15%10%5%2%
Tom Wakely18%0%5%2%15%2%
Adrian Ocegueda0%0%5%23%4%1%
Jeffrey Payne0%0%9%3%9%2%
Cedric Davis, Sr.0%10%3%0%4%2%
Joe Mumbach0%7%3%0%1%3%
James Jolly Clark12%0%0%0%0%6%

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categoryExtremely importantSomewhat importantNot very importantNot at all important
Lupe Valdez36%52%38%46%
Andrew White33%19%23%21%
Grady Yarbrough10%1%5%10%
Tom Wakely8%2%10%8%
Adrian Ocegueda1%13%9%1%
Jeffrey Payne4%5%0%9%
Cedric Davis, Sr.6%6%2%2%
Joe Mumbach2%1%10%1%
James Jolly Clark0%0%5%2%

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categoryThe Bible is the word of God, to be taken literallyThe Bible is the word of God, not to be taken literallyThe Bible is a book written by men
Lupe Valdez28%40%51%
Andrew White38%23%21%
Grady Yarbrough13%4%8%
Tom Wakely4%6%9%
Adrian Ocegueda0%10%3%
Jeffrey Payne4%5%6%
Cedric Davis, Sr.13%5%1%
Joe Mumbach0%8%0%
James Jolly Clark0%0%1%

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