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2014 New Mexico Senate: Weh vs. Udall

Currently tracking 12 polls from 6 pollsters
Updated over 1 year ago
Election on November 4, 2014

This chart combines the latest opinion polls into trendlines using a poll-tracking model and is updated whenever a new poll is released.

HuffPost Model

Our model suggests Udall was strongly favored to win. (In 97.3% of simulations, Udall beat Weh.)

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Overall Senate Outlook

On November 4, 2014, we reported a 79% chance that Republicans would take control of the Senate. (They did.)

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Latest Polls

Poll
Weh
Udall
Undecided
Other
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Oct 21 – Oct 23, 2014
614 Likely Voters
43 50 8 Udall +7
Oct 16 – Oct 23, 2014
962 Likely Voters
36 52 11 1 Udall +16
Oct 20 – Oct 22, 2014
614 Likely Voters
45 51 4 Udall +6
Sep 27 – Oct 1, 2014
727 Likely Voters
36 53 11 Udall +17
Sep 20 – Oct 1, 2014
1,093 Likely Voters
35 53 10 2 Udall +18
Sep 22 – Sep 23, 2014
830 Likely Voters
39 52 7 2 Udall +13
Sep 9 – Sep 11, 2014
603 Likely Voters
38 51 11 Udall +13
Aug 18 – Sep 2, 2014
1,096 Likely Voters
36 54 8 2 Udall +18
Aug 12 – Aug 14, 2014
606 Likely Voters
35 53 11 Udall +18
Jul 5 – Jul 24, 2014
919 Likely Voters
44 52 2 2 Udall +8
Jul 21 – Jul 22, 2014
860 Likely Voters
33 54 10 3 Udall +21
Mar 13 – Mar 16, 2014
674 Likely Voters
33 53 14 Udall +20

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