Skip to comments.Momentum shifting Trump's way in Nevada, poll finds
Posted on 09/14/2016 2:30:58 PM PDT by Sybeck1
Donald Trump is leading his rivals in Nevada, a state where Hillary Clinton was leading the pack in July, in a four-way Monmouth University poll released Wednesday.
The Republican presidential nominee has 44% support of voters while his Democratic rival is at 42%, within the poll's margin of sampling error. Libertarian candidate Gary Johnson stands at 8% and the state's "none of these candidates" option received 3% of support.
"The race in Nevada is still tight, but the momentum has swung toward Trump," said Patrick Murray, director of the independent Monmouth University Polling Institute.
The poll was conducted September 11 through 13 in the days after Clinton's recent pneumonia diagnosis was made public.
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Another one down....
At this stage, he just needs NH. Still early though
beware the rope a dope.
No it's not. There's a big building with his name on it. Mr Trump and Dr Heck will win Las Vegas, Clark County and NV, big-league.
P-a-r-k-i-n-s-o-n-s spells ‘pneumonia’. Got it.
Nevada is a flea on the back of a dinosaur.
NC, NV and CO does it
Yep either Colorado or New Hampshire will be the tipping point state that gives Trump the victory.
I “think” that polls are already leaning his way in CO...NH is lagging a bit I think
The strange thing is that I think if he gets CO, NH follows, and then he’s probably close in MI, WI, VA, etc.
It’s like the dam bursts at some point......
But we shall see.
No one, anywhere, has yet cast a ballot. Let’s keep acting like he’s 20 points down and not let up till November 9. Then we can all exhale.
I have the same attitude.
This is not the first poll that I have seen out of Nevada that has Trump in the lead. I believe he will take Nevada.
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