Now that the three-ring circus of Donald Trump’s endorsement has passed, the real action in Nevada is almost here, as 28 Republican delegates are up for grabs on Saturday in the Silver State.
Polls again indicate that Mitt Romney has the edge in Nevada, with the Las Vegas Review Journal giving him a twenty point lead over Newt Gingrich.
A new poll from Public Policy Polling also has a big edge for Romney as well.
But how much should we believe these polls?
“I’ve had a lot of trepidation about polling the caucuses in Nevada, Minnesota, and Colorado in the coming week,” said PPP CEO Dean Debnam on the company’s web site.
“Caucuses are particularly hard to poll and for whatever reason the state of Nevada itself is hard to poll,” he added.
Let’s look back four years ago, when Romney won the state with over 51% of the caucus vote. Which polls got that?
Your answer – no one.
Read the rest by Nevada GOP Caucus | Jamie Dupree Washington Insider.
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