2013 United States Senate special election in New Jersey - General election - Polling - With Holt, Jr.

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Number of Data columns : 8 Number of Data rows : 3
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Data row number Poll source Date(s)administered Samplesize Margin oferror SteveLonegan (R) Rush D.Holt, Jr. (D) Other Undecided

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Rush D.Holt, Jr. (D) text
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