U.S. Senate Democratic Primary Name Recognition (October 2019)

U.S. Senate Democratic Primary Name Recognition (October 2019)

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Overall
Chris Bell24%
Royce West21%
M.J. Hegar20%
Amanda Edwards16%
Sema Hernandez13%
Cristina Tzintzún Ramirez12%
Michael Cooper11%
Jack Daniel Foster, Jr.6%
Adrian Ocegueda6%

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PIDDemocratIndependentRepublican
Chris Bell25%10%22%
Royce West24%10%12%
M.J. Hegar23%7%5%
Amanda Edwards17%0%10%
Sema Hernandez12%0%22%
Cristina Tzintzún Ramirez11%10%11%
Michael Cooper11%0%8%
Jack Daniel Foster, Jr.4%5%20%
Adrian Ocegueda5%4%10%

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DemLean DemocratNot very strong DemocratStrong Democrat
Chris Bell261628
Royce West182928
M.J. Hegar291423
Amanda Edwards21919
Sema Hernandez11815
Cristina Tzintzún Ramirez13811
Michael Cooper81113
Jack Daniel Foster, Jr.644
Adrian Ocegueda375

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RepLean RepublicanNot very strong RepublicanStrong Republican
Chris Bell22%13%28%
Royce West10%32%2%
M.J. Hegar8%0%0%
Amanda Edwards7%13%15%
Sema Hernandez32%13%0%
Cristina Tzintzún Ramirez12%18%0%
Michael Cooper13%0%0%
Jack Daniel Foster, Jr.28%0%10%
Adrian Ocegueda6%18%15%

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IdeologyLiberalsModeratesConservatives
Chris Bell21%25%28%
Royce West24%21%19%
M.J. Hegar33%13%8%
Amanda Edwards13%14%26%
Sema Hernandez12%14%14%
Cristina Tzintzún Ramirez12%14%6%
Michael Cooper7%10%20%
Jack Daniel Foster, Jr.4%5%11%
Adrian Ocegueda6%3%9%

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LiberalLeaning liberalSomewhat liberalExtremely liberal
Chris Bell16%22%23%
Royce West24%21%27%
M.J. Hegar34%35%28%
Amanda Edwards15%11%12%
Sema Hernandez8%14%14%
Cristina Tzintzún Ramirez12%11%15%
Michael Cooper8%6%8%
Jack Daniel Foster, Jr.4%1%6%
Adrian Ocegueda5%4%8%

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ConservativeLeaning conservativeSomewhat conservativeExtremely conservative
Chris Bell19%22%46%
Royce West14%14%29%
M.J. Hegar11%0%13%
Amanda Edwards16%21%43%
Sema Hernandez15%9%19%
Cristina Tzintzún Ramirez4%7%7%
Michael Cooper4%34%26%
Jack Daniel Foster, Jr.7%15%13%
Adrian Ocegueda6%12%7%

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RaceWhiteBlackHispanic
Chris Bell25%24%20%
Royce West22%27%11%
M.J. Hegar35%8%8%
Amanda Edwards16%17%12%
Sema Hernandez9%15%18%
Cristina Tzintzún Ramirez16%6%14%
Michael Cooper7%14%10%
Jack Daniel Foster, Jr.5%4%6%
Adrian Ocegueda5%5%9%

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GenderMaleFemale
Chris Bell22%25%
Royce West24%19%
M.J. Hegar19%21%
Amanda Edwards17%15%
Sema Hernandez13%13%
Cristina Tzintzún Ramirez13%11%
Michael Cooper8%13%
Jack Daniel Foster, Jr.5%6%
Adrian Ocegueda5%7%

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CommunityUrbanSuburbanRural
Chris Bell23%24%21%
Royce West19%26%8%
M.J. Hegar17%25%12%
Amanda Edwards18%14%14%
Sema Hernandez13%12%20%
Cristina Tzintzún Ramirez11%12%11%
Michael Cooper16%8%3%
Jack Daniel Foster, Jr.7%4%9%
Adrian Ocegueda8%5%3%

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Age18-2930-4445-6465+
Chris Bell19%18%27%32%
Royce West22%16%24%24%
M.J. Hegar11%15%27%27%
Amanda Edwards18%9%19%18%
Sema Hernandez11%13%13%15%
Cristina Tzintzún Ramirez8%10%16%11%
Michael Cooper10%12%9%14%
Jack Daniel Foster, Jr.5%7%4%9%
Adrian Ocegueda2%10%6%5%

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EducationNo high schoolHigh school graduateSome college2-year4-yearPost-grad
Chris Bell7%23%22%25%25%30%
Royce West25%26%14%17%20%29%
M.J. Hegar2%10%21%9%25%44%
Amanda Edwards7%20%10%17%14%22%
Sema Hernandez19%19%12%14%7%12%
Cristina Tzintzún Ramirez21%8%9%7%15%18%
Michael Cooper3%14%10%11%9%10%
Jack Daniel Foster, Jr.11%9%2%0%8%5%
Adrian Ocegueda9%45%5%4%7%8%

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ReligiosityExtremely importantSomewhat importantNot very importantNot at all important
Chris Bell28%24%24%17%
Royce West23%15%30%18%
M.J. Hegar12%18%27%29%
Amanda Edwards19%21%12%7%
Sema Hernandez16%13%9%11%
Cristina Tzintzún Ramirez11%9%11%17%
Michael Cooper17%12%5%3%
Jack Daniel Foster, Jr.10%3%3%4%
Adrian Ocegueda9%5%5%3%

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FundamentalismThe Bible is the word of God, to be taken literallyThe Bible is the word of God, not to be taken literallyThe Bible is a book written by men
Chris Bell34%18%19%
Royce West23%19%22%
M.J. Hegar8%18%32%
Amanda Edwards19%18%9%
Sema Hernandez16%12%10%
Cristina Tzintzún Ramirez7%11%18%
Michael Cooper13%14%5%
Jack Daniel Foster, Jr.6%9%4%
Adrian Ocegueda8%6%5%

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