Nevada State Polls 2008

Below is a selection of public opinion polls showing presidential preference in the state of Nevada; we have highlighted survey findings on gender.

The gender gap is the difference in the percentages of women and men who support a given candidate — the gap between the genders, not within a gender. Even if women and men favor the same candidate, they may do so by different margins, resulting in a gender gap.

* We calculate the gender gap for each poll based on the votes of women and men who support the candidate leading in that poll.


© Copyright  Center for American Women and Politics, Eagleton Institute of Politics, Rutgers, The State University of New Jersey

State Poll Date in Field Release
Date
Overall Results
Gender
Gap
*
Women
for
McCain
Men for
McCain
Women
for
Obama
Men for
Obama
Undecided
Women
Undecided
Men
NV Rasmussen 10/16 10/17 Obama 50%;
McCain 45%
2 pts.
46%
45%
51%
49%
2%
3%
NV Mason-Dixon 10/8-10/9 10/13 Obama 47%;
McCain 45%
10 pts.
40%
50%
52%
42%
NA
NA
NV Rasmussen
10/2
10/3
Obama 51%;
McCain 47%
5 pts.
44%
50%
53%
48%
2%
1%
NV American Research Group 9/27-9/29 9/30

McCain 49%;
Obama 47%

6 pts.
42%
56%
53%
46%
2%
6%
NV Suffolk 9/17-9/21 9/22

McCain 46%;
Obama 45%

8 pts.
42%
50%
50%
40%
5%
6%
NV American Research Group 9/12-9/14 9/17 McCain 49%;
Obama 46%
5 pts.
47%
52%
49%
43%
4%
5%
NV Insider Advantage 9/10 9/11 McCain 46%;
Obama 45%
3 pts.
48%
45%
44%
46%
NA
NA