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Current Nevada Polling

Executive Summary Gravis Insights, a nonpartisan research firm, conducted a random telephone survey of 955 registered voters in Nevada regarding potential matchups. The sample includes 438 Republican Primary participants, 324 Democratic Primary participants, and 193 planning to vote in 2016, but will not participate in the primary elections. The poll has a margin of error

Iowa poll: Walker garners 24% of GOP support, Paul & Bush trail at 10%; Clinton beats Walker, others head-to-head

Wisconsin Gov. Scott K. Walker dominates a crowded field of GOP White House contenders with 24 percent of Republicans, but former first lady Hillary R. Clinton shows general election strength head-to-head against Walker and others, according to a Feb. 12-13 Townhall/Gravis poll of 969 registered Iowa voters. In the previous Townhall/Gravis Iowa poll, conducted Jan.

NH Poll: Walker’s 23% leads crowded GOP field; Clinton dominates with 44%

The governor of Wisconsin is the clear choice for president of New Hampshire Republicans and former first lady Hillary R. Clinton leads other Granite State’s 2016 first-in-the-nation primary, according to the Feb. 2-3 Howie Carr/Gravis poll of 608 Republicans and 384 Democrats. The Margin of error 4% for republicans, Dems 5%. “The poll ran right after Mitt

NC Poll: 69% Tarheel GOP voters aged 18 to 49 support 20-week abortion ban

Less than two weeks after Rep. Renee Ellmers (R.-N.C.) sabotaged the expected passage of the Pain-Capable Unborn Child Protection Act, 69 percent of North Carolina Republicans aged 18 to 49 support the ban on abortions after 20-weeks asked directly without conditions or nuance in aTownhall/Gravis poll of 782 randomly selected registered GOP voters. Sixty percent of Republicans aged 50