Which of the following potential 2024 Democratic U.S. Senate primary candidates have you heard of? (October 2023)

Which of the following potential 2024 Democratic U.S. Senate primary candidates have you heard of? (October 2023)

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Colin Allred41%
Roland Gutierrez30%
Mark A. Gonzalez16%
Steve Keough13%
Sherri Taylor10%
Aaron Arguijo9%
Teresa Naranjo9%
Meri Gomez8%
Tracy Andrus7%
John Love III 7%
Heli Rodriguez-Prilliman7%
Thierry Tchenko7%
Carl Sherman7%
Victor D. Dunn6%

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Colin Allred44%26%15%
Roland Gutierrez32%60%10%
Mark A. Gonzalez15%32%7%
Steve Keough13%0%17%
Sherri Taylor10%0%0%
Aaron Arguijo9%28%8%
Teresa Naranjo8%24%7%
Meri Gomez7%32%0%
Tracy Andrus6%12%19%
John Love III 6%0%11%
Heli Rodriguez-Prilliman6%27%16%
Thierry Tchenko6%12%11%
Carl Sherman6%28%8%
Victor D. Dunn6%12%0%

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CategoryLean DemocratNot very strong DemocratStrong Democrat
Colin Allred47%37%46%
Roland Gutierrez41%27%31%
Mark A. Gonzalez15%15%15%
Steve Keough18%13%11%
Sherri Taylor13%12%9%
Aaron Arguijo11%8%8%
Teresa Naranjo6%7%8%
Meri Gomez5%11%6%
Tracy Andrus4%11%5%
John Love III 6%8%5%
Heli Rodriguez-Prilliman10%5%5%
Thierry Tchenko6%7%5%
Carl Sherman2%7%7%
Victor D. Dunn2%8%6%

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Colin Allred43%38%31%
Roland Gutierrez32%29%25%
Mark A. Gonzalez15%18%17%
Steve Keough13%11%18%
Sherri Taylor9%8%25%
Aaron Arguijo7%10%17%
Teresa Naranjo8%7%19%
Meri Gomez7%10%12%
Tracy Andrus6%8%5%
John Love III 6%8%15%
Heli Rodriguez-Prilliman6%10%8%
Thierry Tchenko7%6%10%
Carl Sherman6%6%12%
Victor D. Dunn6%5%10%

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CategoryLean liberalSomewhat liberalExtremely liberal
Colin Allred37%47%42%
Roland Gutierrez31%33%31%
Mark A. Gonzalez12%14%17%
Steve Keough12%14%14%
Sherri Taylor9%11%8%
Aaron Arguijo3%10%6%
Teresa Naranjo6%10%5%
Meri Gomez8%9%3%
Tracy Andrus6%7%6%
John Love III 6%8%3%
Heli Rodriguez-Prilliman4%7%4%
Thierry Tchenko5%9%5%
Carl Sherman4%6%8%
Victor D. Dunn8%6%4%

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Colin Allred49%45%25%
Roland Gutierrez29%24%39%
Mark A. Gonzalez13%11%22%
Steve Keough15%15%10%
Sherri Taylor10%15%5%
Aaron Arguijo11%8%7%
Teresa Naranjo8%7%8%
Meri Gomez10%5%9%
Tracy Andrus9%7%3%
John Love III 7%5%9%
Heli Rodriguez-Prilliman6%6%5%
Thierry Tchenko6%6%8%
Carl Sherman9%5%5%
Victor D. Dunn5%9%4%

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Colin Allred45%37%
Roland Gutierrez35%27%
Mark A. Gonzalez21%12%
Steve Keough16%12%
Sherri Taylor11%10%
Aaron Arguijo12%7%
Teresa Naranjo9%8%
Meri Gomez12%6%
Tracy Andrus7%7%
John Love III 9%6%
Heli Rodriguez-Prilliman8%6%
Thierry Tchenko10%4%
Carl Sherman8%6%
Victor D. Dunn9%4%

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Colin Allred33%46%53%
Roland Gutierrez29%29%42%
Mark A. Gonzalez17%13%21%
Steve Keough17%11%2%
Sherri Taylor10%11%8%
Aaron Arguijo13%6%1%
Teresa Naranjo10%9%1%
Meri Gomez9%8%6%
Tracy Andrus9%5%1%
John Love III 10%5%7%
Heli Rodriguez-Prilliman11%4%0%
Thierry Tchenko9%6%1%
Carl Sherman9%7%0%
Victor D. Dunn8%4%0%

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Colin Allred19%35%54%56%
Roland Gutierrez37%28%27%31%
Mark A. Gonzalez16%16%17%12%
Steve Keough16%20%9%6%
Sherri Taylor15%15%6%3%
Aaron Arguijo13%16%4%1%
Teresa Naranjo15%9%7%3%
Meri Gomez12%14%4%2%
Tracy Andrus11%12%3%0%
John Love III 14%8%6%1%
Heli Rodriguez-Prilliman14%10%2%0%
Thierry Tchenko10%11%4%1%
Carl Sherman7%12%5%2%
Victor D. Dunn5%10%6%1%

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CategoryNo HSHigh school graduateSome college2-year4-yearPost-grad
Colin Allred19%28%44%28%45%61%
Roland Gutierrez50%22%35%20%33%35%
Mark A. Gonzalez28%17%16%10%16%12%
Steve Keough6%6%20%14%15%14%
Sherri Taylor42%2%11%10%12%12%
Aaron Arguijo0%7%10%10%7%17%
Teresa Naranjo15%7%4%12%12%5%
Meri Gomez5%3%6%6%15%11%
Tracy Andrus0%4%5%3%11%11%
John Love III 12%6%8%3%7%11%
Heli Rodriguez-Prilliman12%4%8%8%7%8%
Thierry Tchenko0%4%8%6%8%8%
Carl Sherman16%4%3%7%8%12%
Victor D. Dunn0%8%5%3%6%8%

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CategoryExtremely importantSomewhat importantNot very importantNot at all important
Colin Allred33%35%46%55%
Roland Gutierrez17%40%35%34%
Mark A. Gonzalez17%17%10%16%
Steve Keough15%13%6%17%
Sherri Taylor10%9%10%12%
Aaron Arguijo11%7%10%7%
Teresa Naranjo9%7%6%12%
Meri Gomez10%9%3%9%
Tracy Andrus8%8%2%7%
John Love III 11%9%2%4%
Heli Rodriguez-Prilliman10%8%0%6%
Thierry Tchenko6%11%1%6%
Carl Sherman9%5%10%3%
Victor D. Dunn5%8%3%7%

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Colin Allred26%42%53%21%
Roland Gutierrez22%32%34%34%
Mark A. Gonzalez13%18%15%11%
Steve Keough17%11%13%14%
Sherri Taylor10%12%10%2%
Aaron Arguijo9%10%8%7%
Teresa Naranjo11%8%8%3%
Meri Gomez12%8%6%6%
Tracy Andrus12%5%4%6%
John Love III 14%8%2%6%
Heli Rodriguez-Prilliman10%8%4%3%
Thierry Tchenko11%6%4%6%
Carl Sherman11%9%2%6%
Victor D. Dunn10%5%5%3%

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