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2016 New York Senate: Long vs. Schumer

Currently tracking 13 polls from 5 pollsters
Updated 30 days ago
Election on November 8, 2016

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 of the polls suggests Schumer was very likely leading. (In >99% of simulations, Schumer led Long.)

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Latest Polls

Poll
Long
Schumer
Other
Undecided
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Nov 1 – Nov 7
2,208 Likely Voters
25 71 4 Schumer +46
Nov 3 – Nov 4
617 Likely Voters
25 67 8 Schumer +42
Oct 25 – Oct 31
1,734 Likely Voters
28 68 4 Schumer +40
Oct 13 – Oct 17
611 Likely Voters
27 66 6 Schumer +39
Sep 21 – Sep 23
676 Likely Voters
24 70 1 6 Schumer +46
Sep 11 – Sep 15
600 Likely Voters
23 69 8 Schumer +46
Aug 7 – Aug 10
717 Registered Voters
24 63 13 Schumer +39
Jul 13 – Jul 17
1,104 Registered Voters
28 60 1 11 Schumer +32
Jun 22 – Jun 28
803 Registered Voters
23 66 11 Schumer +43
May 22 – May 26
825 Registered Voters
22 64 14 Schumer +42
Apr 24 – Apr 27
802 Registered Voters
24 64 12 Schumer +40
Apr 7 – Apr 10
1,403 Likely Voters
23 55 22 Schumer +32
Mar 22 – Mar 29
1,667 Registered Voters
24 63 13 Schumer +39

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