2022 Democratic Attorney General Primary Vote Choice (October 2021)

2022 Democratic Attorney General Primary Vote Choice (October 2021)

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Joe Jaworski14%
Lee Merritt8%
Someone else6%
Haven’t thought about it enough to have an opinion72%

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CategoryDemocratIndependentRepublican
Joe Jaworski14%4%76%
Lee Merritt9%1%0%
Someone else6%23%0%
Haven’t thought about it enough to have an opinion72%72%24%

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CategoryLean DemocratNot very strong DemocratStrong Democrat
Joe Jaworski17%10%15%
Lee Merritt6%10%9%
Someone else6%11%3%
Haven’t thought about it enough to have an opinion71%69%73%

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CategoryLiberalsModeratesConservatives
Joe Jaworski15%11%11%
Lee Merritt9%5%11%
Someone else3%14%5%
Haven’t thought about it enough to have an opinion72%69%73%

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CategoryLean liberalSomewhat liberalExtremely liberal
Joe Jaworski8%16%18%
Lee Merritt7%11%8%
Someone else1%3%3%
Haven’t thought about it enough to have an opinion84%69%71%

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CategoryWhiteBlackHispanic
Joe Jaworski20%9%10%
Lee Merritt10%5%7%
Someone else3%5%13%
Haven’t thought about it enough to have an opinion67%81%70%

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CategoryMaleFemale
Joe Jaworski16%12%
Lee Merritt9%7%
Someone else9%4%
Haven’t thought about it enough to have an opinion65%77%

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CategoryUrbanSuburbanRural
Joe Jaworski15%13%12%
Lee Merritt10%7%4%
Someone else3%10%4%
Haven’t thought about it enough to have an opinion71%70%81%

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Category18-2930-4445-6465+
Joe Jaworski15%10%19%10%
Lee Merritt10%8%8%5%
Someone else0%9%10%5%
Haven’t thought about it enough to have an opinion75%73%63%80%

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CategoryNo HSHigh school graduateSome college2-year4-yearPost-grad
Joe Jaworski0%2%18%20%18%22%
Lee Merritt0%9%12%9%8%4%
Someone else30%5%2%9%3%11%
Haven’t thought about it enough to have an opinion70%84%68%62%72%64%

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CategoryExtremely importantSomewhat importantNot very importantNot at all important
Joe Jaworski10%17%11%16%
Lee Merritt4%7%13%9%
Someone else12%3%11%3%
Haven’t thought about it enough to have an opinion75%72%65%72%

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CategoryThe Bible is the actual word of God and is to be taken literally, word for word.The Bible is the word of God but not everything in it should be taken literally, word for word.The Bible is a book written by men and is not the word of God.Don't know.
Joe Jaworski10%13%19%5%
Lee Merritt6%9%9%2%
Someone else15%3%6%3%
Haven’t thought about it enough to have an opinion69%75%67%89%

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