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NV: 2010 Sen (LVRJ 2/22-24)


Las Vegas Review Journal / Mason Dixon
2/22-24/10; 635 likely voters, 4% margin of error
300 likely Republican primary voters, 6% margin of error
Mode: Live telephone interviews
(LVRJ release)

Nevada

2010 Senate: Republican Primary
47% Lowden, 29% Tarkanian, 8% Angle, 1% Chachas (chart)

2010 Senate (trends)
52% Lowden, 39% Reid (chart)
51% Tarkanian, 40% Reid (chart)
44% Angle, 42% Reid

If a candidate running under the banner of the Tea Party were to enter Nevada's U.S. Senate race, do you think you would likely vote for Harry Reid, the Democrat, the Republican candidate that wins the primary or the Tea Party candidate?
36% Reid, 32%, Republican, 18% Tea Party

 

Comments
CUWriter:

I really doubt a Tea Party candidate would pull in double digits, much less 18% of the vote. I'm sure in libertarian-leaning Nevada that a Tea Party candidate would grab mid to high single digits, but don't expect much more than that. Reid is still toast unless Angle somehow wins the primary. But it's going to be Lowden and she's going to beat Reid by 10 or so.

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Field Marshal:

Lowden is now up by 13% in the head-to-head matchup. Reid is toast and for good reason.

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havoc:

OBAMA's approval at 39% in a state he won with close to 60%.

What a difference a year makes.

Obama lover, Tell us all about how Nevada is full of racist white folks.

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