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Old 05-15-2010, 09:44 AM
Location: The Republic of Texas
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Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid’s support remains frozen again this month around 40%, while two of his chief Republican opponents continue to draw over 50% of the vote in Nevada’s U.S. Senate race.

Nearly half the voters in the state (47%) continue to have a very unfavorable view of the Democratic incumbent, while 23% view him very favorably.

In her match-up with Reid, Sue Lowden, ex-chairman of the Nevada Republican Party, earns 52% of the vote to Reid’s 39%. Businessman Danny Tarkanian gets 51% support to Reid’s 41%. Both Republicans have been hovering around 50% for months.

Following Arizona’s passage of a law cracking down on illegal immigration, Reid has signaled an interest in bringing immigration reform to a vote this year.
Fifty-seven percent (57%) of Nevada voters favor legislation like Arizona’s that authorizes local police to stop and verify the immigration status of anyone they suspect of being an illegal immigrant. Thirty-one percent (31%) oppose such legislation.

Election 2010: Nevada Senate - Rasmussen Reports™
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