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Gravis Nevada Poll 2018


Dean Heller is the only Republican Senator up for reelection in 2018 in a state that Donald Trump lost.  The latest Gravis Marketing poll of Nevada gives Donald Trump a 47%-49% approval rating.  Heller’s numbers are above water at 46%-44%, while junior Senator Cortez Masto is slightly underwater at 40%-41%.  The most popular elected official in the state continues to be outgoing Republican Governor Brian Sandoval.  Sandoval has a 66%-24% approval rating.  Sandoval, however, has declined to endorse the Republican running for Governor this cycle.


In the race for Governor, Democrat Steve Sisolak holds a 46%-44% lead over Adam Laxalt with 10% undecided.  Sisolak and Laxalt are tied among independent voters and Sisolak takes 11% of Republicans while Laxalt pulls 14% of Democrats.  Laxalt leads 45%-44% among men and Sisolak leads 48%-43% among women.


In the Senate race, Jacky Rosen leads Dean Heller 47%-45% with 7% indicating that they remain undecided.  Both Rosen and Heller take 12% from the opposing party while Heller leads among independent voters 46%-38%.  There is a double-digit gender gap with Rosen leading 50%-42% among women and Heller leading 48%-45% among men.


This poll was conducted by Gravis Marketing, a nonpartisan research and data firm. This poll of 773 likely voters was conducted October 24th through October 26th and has a margin of error of ±3.5%.  The survey was conducted using an online panel of cell phone users and interactive voice responses (IVR).  This poll was not commissioned by any campaign committee or other organization and was paid for by Gravis Marketing.  Questions can be direction to the managing partner of Gravis Marketing, Doug Kaplan

Gravis Marketing Nevada Poll Results Nevada (October 27, 2018)


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