2022 Republican Lieutenant Governor Primary Vote Choice (February 2022)

2022 Republican Lieutenant Governor Primary Vote Choice (February 2022)

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Dan Patrick82%
Daniel Miller6%
Zach Vance4%
Trayce Bradford2%
Aaron Sorrells2%
Todd M. Bullis1%
Someone else3%

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CategoryDemocratIndependentRepublican
Dan Patrick36%64%84%
Daniel Miller10%15%5%
Zach Vance11%4%3%
Trayce Bradford21%0%2%
Aaron Sorrells0%1%2%
Todd M. Bullis0%0%1%
Someone else22%15%2%

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CategoryLean RepublicanNot very strong RepublicanStrong Republican
Dan Patrick74%86%89%
Daniel Miller8%6%4%
Zach Vance3%1%4%
Trayce Bradford3%2%1%
Aaron Sorrells7%3%0%
Todd M. Bullis2%1%1%
Someone else3%1%2%

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CategoryLiberalsModeratesConservatives
Dan Patrick47%63%86%
Daniel Miller13%13%5%
Zach Vance13%4%3%
Trayce Bradford14%4%2%
Aaron Sorrells0%0%3%
Todd M. Bullis0%2%1%
Someone else12%15%1%

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CategoryLean conservativeSomewhat conservativeExtremely conservative
Dan Patrick64%92%85%
Daniel Miller9%4%5%
Zach Vance12%0%4%
Trayce Bradford3%0%3%
Aaron Sorrells8%2%2%
Todd M. Bullis2%1%1%
Someone else2%2%1%

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CategoryWhiteBlackHispanic
Dan Patrick82%29%92%
Daniel Miller5%42%3%
Zach Vance4%0%1%
Trayce Bradford2%29%1%
Aaron Sorrells2%0%1%
Todd M. Bullis1%0%0%
Someone else3%0%2%

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CategoryMaleFemale
Dan Patrick84%81%
Daniel Miller6%6%
Zach Vance4%3%
Trayce Bradford2%2%
Aaron Sorrells0%4%
Todd M. Bullis1%1%
Someone else3%2%

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CategoryUrbanSuburbanRural
Dan Patrick77%85%80%
Daniel Miller8%5%6%
Zach Vance9%2%3%
Trayce Bradford0%2%4%
Aaron Sorrells4%2%2%
Todd M. Bullis0%0%2%
Someone else2%3%3%

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Category18-2930-4445-6465+
Dan Patrick85%60%87%85%
Daniel Miller15%5%6%5%
Zach Vance0%14%2%2%
Trayce Bradford0%8%2%1%
Aaron Sorrells0%7%2%1%
Todd M. Bullis0%0%1%1%
Someone else0%6%1%4%

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CategoryNo HSHigh school graduateSome college2-year4-yearPost-grad
Dan Patrick84%90%80%76%78%79%
Daniel Miller0%5%4%7%6%11%
Zach Vance0%1%0%0%8%5%
Trayce Bradford16%1%7%4%1%1%
Aaron Sorrells0%1%2%8%2%3%
Todd M. Bullis0%1%0%3%2%0%
Someone else0%2%7%2%3%1%

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CategoryExtremely importantSomewhat importantNot very importantNot at all important
Dan Patrick83%78%86%86%
Daniel Miller5%9%8%0%
Zach Vance3%5%0%9%
Trayce Bradford3%1%4%0%
Aaron Sorrells3%1%0%0%
Todd M. Bullis1%2%2%0%
Someone else2%5%0%5%

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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.
Dan Patrick79%84%81%95%
Daniel Miller9%5%0%0%
Zach Vance2%4%8%5%
Trayce Bradford3%1%7%0%
Aaron Sorrells4%1%0%0%
Todd M. Bullis0%2%0%0%
Someone else2%3%5%0%

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