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NV: 2010 Sen, Gov (LVRJ 4/5-7)

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Las Vegas Review Journal / Mason-Dixon
4/5-7/10; 625 likely voters, 4% margin of error
300 likely Republican primary voters, 6% margin of error
Mode: Live telephone interviews
(Las Vegas Review Journal: Governor, Senate)

Nevada

2010 Senate: Republican Primary
45% Lowden, 27% Tarkanian, 5% Angle, 4% Christensen, 3% Chachas (trend)

2010 Senate: General Election
46% Lowden (R), 38% H. Reid (D), 5% Ashjian (Tea Party) (chart)
39% Tarkanian (R), 39% Reid (D), 11% Ashjian (Tea Party) (chart)

2010 Governor: Republican Primary
39% Sandoval, 25% Gibbons, 7% Montandon (trends)

2010 Governor: General Election
42% R. Reid (D), 40% Gibbons (R) (chart)
50% Sandoval (R), 35% R. Reid (D) (chart)

Would support or oppose having Attorney General Catherine Masto file a lawsuit to strike down the federal healthcare law?
50% Support, 40% Oppose

 

Comments
Liberty Tree:

The so called Tea Party candidate's vote will evaporate before the election given that every tea party organization is opposing the guy:
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ajT9IgL7SG8
We can expect either Lowden or Tarkanian to win by even more than these margins in november. A tragic but welcome end to the Reid Dynasty.

PS Why does it show Tarkanian running against himself in the general poll?

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Stillow:

Reid screwed any hopes of re-election when he pushed HCR...had he opposed that, he may have saved his legacy....as it stands now, he will go down in flames.....left to walk away and be lost i nthe shadow of history.

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Xenobion:

After reading Politico's story about the NV senate race I think Reid may be able to pull it off when he starts spending his money to up his favorables. The Tea Party candidate will probably be promoted more and Lowden just doesn't have the money to compete in an ad war. So it'll be a good race to watch. If Reid wins I wonder how much it'll be downplayed by republicans.

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Field Marshal:

I read how Nevada is the cheapest state in the country to run a state-wide election because of the fact that 90% of the people live in one metro area.

Xeno, believe me, Lowden will have plenty of financing from the national party as the GOP will love to knock out the majority leader.

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Xenobion:

Eh so far Lowden can't fundraise over an apparently very unpopular Senator so far.

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