Skip to comments.RJ’s Nevada Poll shows Clinton and Trump are in statistical tie
Posted on 10/01/2016 12:39:19 PM PDT by 2ndDivisionVet
Nevada remains a battleground state in the presidential election, according to a new poll commissioned by the Las Vegas Review-Journal.
The first Nevada Poll of 2016 shows Silver State voters are closely divided three weeks before the start of early voting and less than six weeks from Election Day.
Forty-five percent of likely Nevada voters support Democrat Hillary Clinton and 44 percent support Republican Donald Trump, the poll released Saturday shows. Five percent support Libertarian Gary Johnson, 5 percent are undecided and 1 percent said they would support a different choice.
The poll, conducted by Bendixen & Amandi International, has a margin of error of 3.5 percentage points. Because Clintons 1-point lead is within the margin of error, Clinton and Trump effectively are in a statistical tie in Nevada, putting the states six electoral votes in play.
The poll surveyed 800 likely voters in Nevada in interviews conducted between Sep. 27 and Sept. 29 immediately after the first televised presidential debate in English and Spanish....
(Excerpt) Read more at reviewjournal.com ...
the D’s (such as Reid) will steal the NV election in Vegas if the R’s don’t have full poll watching deployment..
if the R party has the ground mobilization and they’re well trained, the real vote in NV will come through and Trump will win, imho
Actually, this isn’t so bad... yesterday’s BS Suffolk poll had her at +6! If she’s up 1 at her peak, it’s ripe again (still???) for picking!
Its been all most 6 days after the debate and all the witch got was tied polls in a few crucial states!! So much for a debate bounce!! C’mon Donald..FINISH HER OFF!!!!!
Agreed. The tiny bounce she received is already dissipating !
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