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President Donald Trump speaks during a rally in Elko ahead of the midterm elections on Oct. 20, 2018. (Charlie Ekberg/The Nevada Independent)

When it rains, it pours.

A day after I published a rare Nevada 2020 poll, the folks at Morning Consult graciously extracted their Nevada numbers for me out of their daily national polling. They are slightly different than the Change Research numbers, showing Joe Biden with a much bigger lead over Bernie Sanders — but they are clearly the top two.

Biden, 38 percent

Sanders, 25 percent

Elizabeth Warren, 8 percent

Kamala Harris, 8 percent

Pete Buttigieg, 8 percent

Cory Booker, 3 percent

Beto O’Rourke, 2 percent

Amy Klobuchar, 1.5 percent

No one else got to 1 percent.

The data is from 499 interviews in Nevada taken from April 25 to May 12 in their daily polling, so the margin of error would be about 5 percent. In that period, Morning Consult surveyed 39,930 voters nationwide.

Remember, though, these are registered voters, not likely caucus goers. It is difficult to screen at all for caucuses, and registered voters create an even greater likelihood for error.

But: You now have two polls that show Biden and Sanders are strong here. And Sanders’ strength with Hispanics in the Change poll and his previous strong showing here indicate he could be very competitive.

Of course there are other caveats: It’s so early, more candidates will come in and drop out. And what happens in Iowa and New Hampshire will not stay in Iowa and New Hampshire — it will affect Nevada.

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