U.S. Senate Democratic Primary Vote Choice (February 2024)

U.S. Senate Democratic Primary Vote Choice (February 2024)

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Colin Allred52%
Roland Gutierrez14%
Mark Gonzalez5%
Meri Gomez3%
Steve J. Keough3%
Carl Oscar Sherman2%
Heli Rodriguez Prilliman1%
Thierry Tchenko1%
Aaron Arguijo0%
A. “Robert” Hassan0%
Someone else18%

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CategoryDemocratIndependentRepublican
Colin Allred53%58%0%
Roland Gutierrez14%0%0%
Mark Gonzalez5%0%6%
Meri Gomez3%0%0%
Steve J. Keough3%0%0%
Carl Oscar Sherman2%0%22%
Heli Rodriguez Prilliman2%0%0%
Thierry Tchenko1%0%19%
Aaron Arguijo0%0%0%
A. “Robert” Hassan0%0%0%
Someone else15%42%53%

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CategoryLean DemocratNot very strong DemocratStrong Democrat
Colin Allred60%38%57%
Roland Gutierrez6%25%12%
Mark Gonzalez1%6%6%
Meri Gomez4%3%3%
Steve J. Keough0%10%2%
Carl Oscar Sherman0%3%2%
Heli Rodriguez Prilliman0%1%2%
Thierry Tchenko6%0%1%
Aaron Arguijo0%0%1%
A. “Robert” Hassan0%0%0%
Someone else23%14%14%

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CategoryLiberalsModeratesConservatives
Colin Allred57%48%24%
Roland Gutierrez15%9%12%
Mark Gonzalez2%10%13%
Meri Gomez3%5%2%
Steve J. Keough2%3%12%
Carl Oscar Sherman1%2%11%
Heli Rodriguez Prilliman0%1%10%
Thierry Tchenko2%1%0%
Aaron Arguijo1%0%0%
A. “Robert” Hassan0%0%0%
Someone else17%20%16%

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CategoryLean liberalSomewhat liberalExtremely liberal
Colin Allred63%47%62%
Roland Gutierrez14%24%8%
Mark Gonzalez0%2%3%
Meri Gomez2%3%3%
Steve J. Keough4%3%1%
Carl Oscar Sherman1%1%0%
Heli Rodriguez Prilliman1%1%0%
Thierry Tchenko1%3%0%
Aaron Arguijo0%0%1%
A. “Robert” Hassan0%0%0%
Someone else14%15%21%

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CategoryWhiteBlackHispanic
Colin Allred57%56%44%
Roland Gutierrez11%5%22%
Mark Gonzalez3%8%4%
Meri Gomez2%5%2%
Steve J. Keough6%1%1%
Carl Oscar Sherman1%2%4%
Heli Rodriguez Prilliman0%1%4%
Thierry Tchenko1%2%2%
Aaron Arguijo0%2%0%
A. “Robert” Hassan0%0%0%
Someone else17%17%18%

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CategoryMaleFemale
Colin Allred50%53%
Roland Gutierrez16%12%
Mark Gonzalez6%4%
Meri Gomez2%4%
Steve J. Keough4%3%
Carl Oscar Sherman2%2%
Heli Rodriguez Prilliman1%2%
Thierry Tchenko2%1%
Aaron Arguijo0%1%
A. “Robert” Hassan0%0%
Someone else16%19%

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CategoryUrbanSuburbanRural
Colin Allred44%59%55%
Roland Gutierrez9%17%16%
Mark Gonzalez10%1%2%
Meri Gomez5%2%0%
Steve J. Keough5%2%0%
Carl Oscar Sherman2%2%0%
Heli Rodriguez Prilliman2%1%0%
Thierry Tchenko2%0%5%
Aaron Arguijo1%0%0%
A. “Robert” Hassan0%0%0%
Someone else20%16%21%

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Category18-2930-4445-6465+
Colin Allred39%37%62%62%
Roland Gutierrez9%11%13%20%
Mark Gonzalez7%10%2%2%
Meri Gomez7%5%2%1%
Steve J. Keough7%4%2%1%
Carl Oscar Sherman5%3%1%0%
Heli Rodriguez Prilliman1%1%2%2%
Thierry Tchenko4%2%1%0%
Aaron Arguijo0%1%0%0%
A. “Robert” Hassan0%0%0%0%
Someone else20%25%15%13%

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CategoryNo HSHigh school graduateSome college2-year4-yearPost-grad
Colin Allred37%45%63%49%51%54%
Roland Gutierrez0%14%10%7%19%13%
Mark Gonzalez13%7%3%11%3%3%
Meri Gomez0%7%1%1%2%4%
Steve J. Keough0%2%3%8%1%6%
Carl Oscar Sherman0%2%2%4%1%2%
Heli Rodriguez Prilliman0%5%2%0%0%0%
Thierry Tchenko0%2%3%1%0%1%
Aaron Arguijo0%0%0%0%1%0%
A. “Robert” Hassan0%0%0%0%0%0%
Someone else51%16%12%18%22%16%

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CategoryExtremely importantSomewhat importantNot very importantNot at all important
Colin Allred33%58%64%69%
Roland Gutierrez16%10%12%16%
Mark Gonzalez10%2%2%2%
Meri Gomez3%4%4%0%
Steve J. Keough8%0%1%0%
Carl Oscar Sherman1%2%3%4%
Heli Rodriguez Prilliman3%1%0%0%
Thierry Tchenko2%2%0%0%
Aaron Arguijo1%0%0%0%
A. “Robert” Hassan0%0%0%0%
Someone else22%20%14%9%

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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.
Colin Allred26%60%65%58%
Roland Gutierrez15%15%12%0%
Mark Gonzalez11%4%1%0%
Meri Gomez7%2%2%0%
Steve J. Keough6%2%3%0%
Carl Oscar Sherman1%3%0%23%
Heli Rodriguez Prilliman2%2%1%0%
Thierry Tchenko5%0%0%0%
Aaron Arguijo1%0%0%0%
A. “Robert” Hassan0%0%0%0%
Someone else26%13%16%19%

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