U.S. Senator Vote Choice (June 2014)

U.S. Senator Vote Choice (June 2014)

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John Cornyn36%
David Alameel25%
Rebecca Paddock5%
Emily Sanchez3%
Someone else5%
Haven't thought about it enough to have an opinion26%

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categoryDemocratIndependentRepublican
John Cornyn4%14%70%
David Alameel58%5%1%
Rebecca Paddock2%13%6%
Emily Sanchez4%4%1%
Someone else1%11%8%
Haven't thought about it enough to have an opinion30%54%13%

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categoryLean RepublicanNot very strong RepublicanStrong Republican
John Cornyn58%52%83%
David Alameel2%2%0%
Rebecca Paddock16%11%1%
Emily Sanchez1%0%1%
Someone else11%11%6%
Haven't thought about it enough to have an opinion11%25%10%

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categoryLean DemocratNot very strong DemocratStrong Democrat
John Cornyn4%5%3%
David Alameel56%40%67%
Rebecca Paddock4%4%1%
Emily Sanchez8%7%1%
Someone else2%0%2%
Haven't thought about it enough to have an opinion26%43%26%

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categoryLiberalsModeratesConservatives
John Cornyn4%14%64%
David Alameel62%31%4%
Rebecca Paddock2%5%7%
Emily Sanchez5%2%2%
Someone else3%3%8%
Haven't thought about it enough to have an opinion25%45%15%

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categoryLeaning conservativeSomewhat conservativeExtremely conservative
John Cornyn51%71%65%
David Alameel7%3%4%
Rebecca Paddock12%5%5%
Emily Sanchez2%0%3%
Someone else7%10%8%
Haven't thought about it enough to have an opinion22%11%15%

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categoryLeaning liberalSomewhat liberalExtremely liberal
John Cornyn6%1%4%
David Alameel55%69%60%
Rebecca Paddock0%4%3%
Emily Sanchez7%3%5%
Someone else4%0%3%
Haven't thought about it enough to have an opinion27%23%24%

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categoryDemocratRepublicanTea Party
John Cornyn3%67%65%
David Alameel64%1%0%
Rebecca Paddock3%3%13%
Emily Sanchez5%2%1%
Someone else2%5%12%
Haven't thought about it enough to have an opinion24%22%8%

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categoryWhiteBlackHispanic
John Cornyn48%5%21%
David Alameel21%43%25%
Rebecca Paddock6%3%5%
Emily Sanchez1%2%5%
Someone else5%3%5%
Haven't thought about it enough to have an opinion18%45%40%

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categoryMaleFemale
John Cornyn38%33%
David Alameel27%24%
Rebecca Paddock7%4%
Emily Sanchez3%2%
Someone else5%6%
Haven't thought about it enough to have an opinion20%31%

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categoryUrbanSuburbanRural
John Cornyn27%35%50%
David Alameel35%25%10%
Rebecca Paddock3%6%6%
Emily Sanchez5%2%0%
Someone else3%7%5%
Haven't thought about it enough to have an opinion27%24%28%

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John Cornyn15%30%40%54%
David Alameel19%27%27%23%
Rebecca Paddock7%7%6%1%
Emily Sanchez7%2%1%2%
Someone else7%4%6%6%
Haven't thought about it enough to have an opinion45%29%21%15%

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