We use ranked preferences to simulate head-to-head match-ups to offer insight into which candidates would fare best against other candidates head-to-head. A candidate ranked higher than another candidate by a survey respondent is assumed to win that head-to-head match-up.
All ranked candidates are assumed to be preferred to non-ranked candidates.
Percentages below show the portion of head-to-head match-ups won by the candidate in the first column compared to the candidate in the top row. Read the first line with data as, "Carr wins 57% of match-ups against Kepi, 52% vs Pirozzolo," and so on.
Carr leads head-to-head match-ups against every other candidate. Pirozzolo leads against all but Carr.