2022 Democratic Attorney General Primary Vote Choice (February 2022)

2022 Democratic Attorney General Primary Vote Choice (February 2022)

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Rochelle Garza41%
Joe Jaworski24%
Lee Merritt15%
Mike Fields11%
S. "T-Bone" Raynor6%
Someone else3%

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CategoryDemocratIndependentRepublican
Rochelle Garza40%52%70%
Joe Jaworski24%18%0%
Lee Merritt16%0%0%
Mike Fields11%10%24%
S. "T-Bone" Raynor6%15%0%
Someone else3%6%6%

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CategoryLean DemocratNot very strong DemocratStrong Democrat
Rochelle Garza45%39%39%
Joe Jaworski28%14%25%
Lee Merritt15%15%16%
Mike Fields2%23%12%
S. "T-Bone" Raynor5%9%5%
Someone else4%0%3%

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CategoryLiberalsModeratesConservatives
Rochelle Garza38%52%67%
Joe Jaworski25%19%18%
Lee Merritt16%12%0%
Mike Fields12%10%0%
S. "T-Bone" Raynor6%6%0%
Someone else3%1%14%

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CategoryLean liberalSomewhat liberalExtremely liberal
Rochelle Garza41%38%35%
Joe Jaworski22%27%24%
Lee Merritt17%12%20%
Mike Fields6%13%14%
S. "T-Bone" Raynor11%6%4%
Someone else3%5%1%

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CategoryWhiteBlackHispanic
Rochelle Garza37%33%55%
Joe Jaworski31%24%7%
Lee Merritt14%26%10%
Mike Fields12%8%14%
S. "T-Bone" Raynor4%2%11%
Someone else2%7%3%

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CategoryMaleFemale
Rochelle Garza44%39%
Joe Jaworski22%25%
Lee Merritt11%18%
Mike Fields14%10%
S. "T-Bone" Raynor7%5%
Someone else3%3%

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CategoryUrbanSuburbanRural
Rochelle Garza47%40%29%
Joe Jaworski21%22%38%
Lee Merritt12%17%9%
Mike Fields13%11%8%
S. "T-Bone" Raynor4%6%13%
Someone else2%4%4%

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Category18-2930-4445-6465+
Rochelle Garza51%52%38%35%
Joe Jaworski9%13%28%29%
Lee Merritt29%15%16%10%
Mike Fields4%12%7%18%
S. "T-Bone" Raynor5%5%9%3%
Someone else2%3%2%5%

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CategoryNo HSHigh school graduateSome college2-year4-yearPost-grad
Rochelle Garza100%36%37%40%48%35%
Joe Jaworski0%21%23%32%19%36%
Lee Merritt0%13%17%8%15%20%
Mike Fields0%20%13%5%8%5%
S. "T-Bone" Raynor0%10%3%6%7%1%
Someone else0%0%8%9%2%4%

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CategoryExtremely importantSomewhat importantNot very importantNot at all important
Rochelle Garza33%46%33%45%
Joe Jaworski16%18%30%28%
Lee Merritt18%13%14%15%
Mike Fields18%17%8%6%
S. "T-Bone" Raynor6%1%16%4%
Someone else9%4%1%1%

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Rochelle Garza43%37%44%29%
Joe Jaworski8%22%26%32%
Lee Merritt11%16%15%15%
Mike Fields26%10%10%18%
S. "T-Bone" Raynor5%8%5%6%
Someone else7%6%1%0%

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