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AARP poll finds Trump leading Biden in Nevada; older voters more motivated to turn out

A new poll of likely Nevada voters commissioned by the American Association of Retired Persons (AARP) finds former President Donald Trump with a 3-percentage-point lead over President Joe Biden.

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Nevada polls on working class, Hispanic voters highlight 2024 battlefield

A pair of two polls recently conducted in Nevada — one focused on working class voters and the other on Hispanic voters — provides a snapshot of where these voter blocs stand this fall and outlines strategies for how to make durable gains among these key populations ahead of a 2024 election that has both major parties eying Nevada.

Biden winning hypothetical matchup against Trump, ties DeSantis in Nevada

While Biden's approval rating in Nevada remains underwater, a new Nevada Independent / Noble Predictive Insights poll indicated that voters indeed prefer Biden to the Republican alternatives. Among likely voters, Biden leads former President Donald Trump by a substantial 8 points, 48 percent to 40 percent, and edges out Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis by a 43 percent to 42 percent margin.

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