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NV-Sen: CNN Poll Has Rep. Jacky Rosen (D) Beating Sen. Dean Heller (R) 48-45

Some good news today out of Nevada courtesy of CNN’s latest poll:

In Nevada, just three points separate Democrat Jacky Rosen and incumbent Republican Dean Heller, about the same as in September. Still, 10% of likely voters in the state say they haven't yet made a firm decision on the race.

In Nevada, just three points separate Democrat Jacky Rosen and incumbent Republican Dean Heller, about the same as in September. Still, 10% of likely voters in the state say they haven't yet made a firm decision on the race.

There's been almost no change in the Nevada survey in the demographic divides fueling voter preferences. There remains a sharp gender gap, with a majority of women behind Rosen and most men backing Heller. White voters with college degrees narrowly break toward Rosen, while whites without a degree favor Heller by a wide margin. Non-whites prefer Rosen by a better than 2-to-1 margin (64% to 28%).
And while Rosen's favorability rating remains slightly positive (46% have a positive view, 42% a negative one among likely voters, both positive and negative views have ticked up since September), Heller seems to have improved his marks since our last poll, from a net negative 46% unfavorable to 43% favorable read in September to a 47% favorable to 45% unfavorable mark now.
And in the Governor’s race:
The race for Nevada's open governor's seat is a near-even split: 46% back the Democrat Steve Sisolak, 45% the Republican Adam Laxalt. 
Health Care is a big issue driving this race towards our way. We have to keep up the momentum and flip this seat on Election Day. Click below to get involved with Rosen and her fellow Nevada Democrats campaigns:

Jacky Rosen for U.S. Senate

Steve Sisolak for Governor

Kate Marshall for Lt. Governor

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Aaron Ford for Attorney General

Dina Titus for Congress

Susie Lee for Congress

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Steven Horsford for Congress

Nelson Araujo for Secretary of State

Zach Conine for Treasurer

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Catherine Byrne for Controller

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