February 12, 2016
Nevadans may be 'Feeling the Bern' after the Vermont Senator's strong performance in New Hampshire earlier this week. In a new Nevada survey conducted by TargetPoint, Hillary Clinton and Bernie Sanders are tied at 45%. This is the first Nevada poll since late December, when Gravis Marketing found Clinton ahead by 23 points.
While we'd like to see more polls confirm this, long-time Nevada political expert Jon Ralston says the results look pretty reasonable.
The Nevada Democratic caucuses are on February 20.
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