Suffolk/RGJ poll: Get full results on how Nevadans view economy, climate change, midterms
A new poll, conducted by Suffolk University for the Reno Gazette Journal, has revealed the stances of 500 Nevadans on everything from climate change to the economy to the upcoming midterm election.
Released Tuesday, the poll of likely midterm election voters was conducted April 2-6 with 162 Democrats, 154 Republicans and 175 independents using live telephone interviews.
The biggest finding? Nevada’s top Democratic officeholders are trailing Republican rivals for vulnerable seats at the governor’s mansion and U.S. Senate.
The poll asked how they would vote in marquee midterm races, how they they would assess their financial security since the last poll in 2018, whether they are concerned about the upcoming wildfire season, and more.
By a two-to-one margin, 40% of midterm voters say their standard of living is worse than it was four years ago, while 20% indicated better and 40% say it has stayed the same.
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Ed Komenda is investigations editor at the Reno Gazette Journal and USA Today Network. Do you care about democracy? Then support local journalism by subscribing to the Reno Gazette Journal right here.