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POLL: Research 2000 Nevada Caucus


A new Reno Gazette-Journal/Research 2000 statewide survey of likely caucus goers in Nevada (conducted 1/11 through 1/13) finds:

  • 500 Likely Republican Caucus Goers (± 4.5%)

    22 McCain
    18 Giuliani
    16 Huckabee
    15 Romney
    11 Thompson
    6 Paul
    1 Hunter
  • 500 Likely Democratic Caucus Goers (± 4.5%)

    32 Obama
    30 Clinton
    27 Edwards

 

Comments

Note to John Edwards: This is your chance, so get out to Nevada right now. If these poll results are correct, Edwards has a real chance to win in Nevada and thus become a major competitor to Obama and Clinton.

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Paul:

I find Nevada really interesting. Why Richardson did not just go to Nevada and play all of his cards there after NH was surprising (Hispanic population and Western state). I also found it ironic that the Clinton camp was filing complaints about the caucus setup after the culinary union endorsed Obama and the rules favor the culinary employees.

As to Republicans, unless one of the candidates comes out of the pack and wins big, the winner will declare victory even if he wins by one 1 vote, and no doubt someone in 4th or 5th will declare a major upset.

I think this a momentum event going into SC which is really important for both parties. Finally, I agree with the prior post - where else could Edwards win prior to Feb. 5?

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