Republican Senatorial Primary Vote Choice (February 2014)

Republican Senatorial Primary Vote Choice (February 2014)

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Chris Mapp3%
Curt Cleaver1%
Dwayne Stovall4%
John Cornyn62%
Ken Cope4%
Linda Vega7%
Reid Reasor3%
Steve Stockman16%

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categoryLean RepublicanNot very strong RepublicanStrong Republican
Chris Mapp3%3%3%
Curt Cleaver0%0%1%
Dwayne Stovall5%5%2%
John Cornyn58%63%68%
Ken Cope1%7%3%
Linda Vega6%4%4%
Reid Reasor3%1%4%
Steve Stockman23%17%14%

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categoryLiberalsModeratesConservatives
Chris Mapp13%4%3%
Curt Cleaver0%0%1%
Dwayne Stovall0%1%4%
John Cornyn67%54%64%
Ken Cope0%2%4%
Linda Vega19%24%3%
Reid Reasor0%9%3%
Steve Stockman0%7%18%

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categoryLeaning conservativeSomewhat conservativeExtremely conservative
Chris Mapp6%2%3%
Curt Cleaver0%1%2%
Dwayne Stovall2%6%4%
John Cornyn62%67%59%
Ken Cope8%3%1%
Linda Vega4%1%4%
Reid Reasor3%2%4%
Steve Stockman16%18%22%

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categoryRepublicanTea Party
Chris Mapp2%7%
Curt Cleaver1%1%
Dwayne Stovall2%4%
John Cornyn69%52%
Ken Cope4%1%
Linda Vega9%2%
Reid Reasor8%0%
Steve Stockman5%32%

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categoryUrbanSuburbanRural
Chris Mapp1%5%4%
Curt Cleaver0%1%0%
Dwayne Stovall2%6%2%
John Cornyn51%60%78%
Ken Cope11%1%0%
Linda Vega13%6%2%
Reid Reasor8%2%1%
Steve Stockman14%19%12%

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