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April 03, 2012


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On one hand, I can see how Heller's numbers may have gotten a bump from the recent media coverage of Berkley. However, the Latino and African-American numbers still look weird. Especially here in Clark County, there's little love for Heller among any of the minority communities.

Is there any chance of you at least doing a 702 area code (Clark County) and 775 area code (entire rest of state) breakdown in future polls? In other polls, it helps to see the regional breakdown.

Tom Johnson

So where are the Presidential figures. They are alluded to in the analysis but they are nowhere to be found when I click on the link.

Edward Hamilton

In the 06/12/2012 Nevada Republican primary, RON PAUL's convention DELEGATE EDDIE "In Liberty" HAMILTON has a huge ADVANTAGE over incumbent DEAN HELLER, as follows: the historically low turnout in the Nevada primary --where there is no presidential contest -- only 75,000 GOP voters are forecast to cast their ballots. Republican ED HAMILTON, however, is MOBILIZING some 50,000 new RON PAUL's VOTERS in the Silver state of Nevada. YOU DO THE MATH ....

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