Ted Cruz Favorability Trend

Ted Cruz Favorability Trend

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FavorableUnfavorableNeither/Don't Know
May 201223%19%58%
October 201237%26%37%
February 201339%28%33%
June 201340%31%30%
October 201338%37%24%
February 201443%37%20%
June 201446%34%21%
October 201444%36%19%
February 201541%36%22%
June 201540%37%23%
November 201541%38%20%
February 201636%48%18%
June 201631%48%21%
October 201632%49%19%
June 201737%45%18%
October 201738%45%17%
February 201840%42%18%
June 201841%42%17%
October 201847%42%12%

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FavorableUnfavorableNeither/Don't Know
May 201238%15%45%
October 201267%6%26%
February 201367%7%26%
June 201370%7%24%
October 201367%12%21%
February 201473%12%15%
June 201480%9%12%
October 201476%9%15%
February 201571%11%19%
June 201567%14%20%
November 201571%15%15%
February 201664%25%12%
June 201655%27%18%
October 201660%24%16%
June 201768%15%18%
October 201766%19%15%
February 201870%14%16%
June 201876%10%14%
October 201886%7%6%

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FavorableUnfavorableNeither/Don't Know
May 20128%26%65%
October 20127%52%40%
February 201312%53%35%
June 201310%57%33%
October 201310%66%24%
February 201412%68%21%
June 201411%69%20%
October 201411%69%19%
February 20159%73%19%
June 201512%68%20%
November 20158%69%23%
February 201612%71%16%
June 201610%75%14%
October 20165%76%19%
June 20178%76%15%
October 20176%76%18%
February 201813%71%16%
June 20189%76%16%
October 20187%81%11%

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FavorableUnfavorableNeither/Don't Know
May 201242%16%42%
October 201269%10%22%
February 201366%9%25%
June 201369%5%25%
October 201367%15%17%
February 201475%13%12%
June 201478%10%13%
October 201475%12%13%
February 201569%15%16%
June 201567%14%19%
November 201571%15%14%
February 201664%23%13%
June 201655%27%18%
October 201658%27%14%
June 201767%18%15%
October 201767%19%13%
February 201869%18%14%
June 201875%14%13%
October 201879%12%9%

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FavorableUnfavorableNeither/Don't Know
May 20127%33%60%
October 20123%72%25%
February 20136%67%26%
June 20136%72%22%
October 20138%75%17%
February 201412%68%21%
June 20149%75%15%
October 20149%76%15%
February 20154%82%14%
June 20159%81%10%
November 20158%79%13%
February 20166%85%9%
June 20165%87%8%
October 20167%86%8%
June 20177%84%9%
October 20177%84%10%
February 20188%82%10%
June 20186%85%9%
October 20188%88%4%

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FavorableUnfavorableNeither/Don't Know
May 201251%14%35%
October 201277%5%20%
February 201385%3%7%
June 201388%3%10%
October 201392%2%5%
February 201486%3%10%
June 201493%1%6%
October 201488%2%10%
February 201590%5%6%
June 201582%8%10%
November 201589%5%6%
February 201678%11%11%
June 201670%13%17%
October 201672%17%10%
June 201787%5%7%
October 201779%13%7%
February 201876%16%9%
June 201884%11%5%
October 201887%10%3%

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