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Governor: Michigan
(Snyder vs Schauer)

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Schauer
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Vote by Gender
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Vote by Age
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Vote by Age
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Vote by Race
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Vote by Gender and Race
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Vote by Ideology
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Vote by Party ID
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Vote by Gender and Party
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Vote by Education
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Are You a College Graduate?
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Did You Attend College?
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Vote by Race and Education
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Vote by Income
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    NA
Vote by Income
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Vote by Income
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Vote by Income
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Vote by Religion
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    NA
Vote by Religion and Race
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    NA
Country is Going In...
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    NA
Your View of Government
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  • Schauer
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  • Other /
    NA
Are You Worried About Economic Conditions?
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  • Other /
    NA
Are You Worried About Economic Conditions?
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  • Other /
    NA
State Economic Conditions
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    NA
State Economic Conditions
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    NA
State Economy Is...
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    NA
State Economic Conditions Are...
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  • Other /
    NA
How Obama is Handling His Job
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  • Schauer
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  • Other /
    NA
How Obama is Handling His Job
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  • Schauer
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  • Other /
    NA
Opinion of Democratic Party
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  • Other /
    NA
Opinion of Republican Party
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    NA
Opinion of Obama Administration
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    NA
Opinion of Obama Administration
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    NA
Opinion of GOP Leaders in Congress
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    NA
Opinion of GOP Leaders in Congress
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  • Other /
    NA
Most Important Issue Facing Country Today
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  • Schauer
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  • Other /
    NA
2010 Federal Health Care Law...
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  • Other /
    NA
U.S. Military Action Against ISIS Forces
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  • Schauer
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  • Other /
    NA
Should Same-Sex Marriages Be Legal in Your State?
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  • Other /
    NA
Race Relations in U.S. Have...
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    NA
State Government Aid to Detroit Was...
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    NA
Vote by Marital Status
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    NA
Vote by Gender and Marital Status
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    NA
Do You Work Full-Time For Pay?
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    NA
Is Anyone in Household a Union Member?
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  • Other /
    NA
Does Anyone in Household Work in Auto Industry?
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    NA
Vote for Senate
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    NA
Vote by Region
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    NA
Vote by Size of Place
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    NA
Notes
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  • In Indiana and Kentucky, most polls close at 6 p.m. ET, but counties in some parts of the state close at 7 p.m. ET.
  • CNN will broadcast a projected winner only after an extensive review of data from a number of sources.
  • "Party change" denotes a race where the 2014 projected winner is from a different party than the previous winner or incumbent.
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