The New York Times / Siena College Nevada Poll:

  • Senate: Cortez Mastro 47% – Laxalt 47%
  • Governor: Lombardo 49% – Sisolak 45%
  • Secretary of State: Aguilar 44% – Marchant 41%
  • Voters Prefer Republican Senate Control 48-44%; Biden Job Approval 38-58%; Economic Issues more Important to Voters than Societal Issues 51-35%

Siena College Research Institute Director Dr. Don Levy said: “While Cortez Mastro and Laxalt both hold at least 93% of their party’s voters, Laxalt has a 48-40% lead with independents. Laxalt leads with men by 15 points, while Cortez Mastro leads by 14 points with women. Both candidates have underwater favorability ratings, Cortez Mastro 39-49% and Laxalt 39-44%.

“Lombardo has a narrow four-point lead over Sisolak, largely because he’s leading with independents by 17 points, 53-36%. Aguilar holds a thin 3-point lead in the closely watched race for Secretary of State as 15% of all likely voters including 26% of independents remain undecided.”

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