The Nevada Poll found that a majority of voters would not support a candidate whose agency was a repeated violator of public records laws.
Nevadans are optimistic about Las Vegas’ post-coronavirus future, but they believe a full economic recovery is going to take some time.
The majority of Nevadans believe companies should be allowed to require COVID-19 vaccines among certain employees, a Review-Journal poll shows.
A majority of Nevadans would be comfortable with outdoor events but not indoor gatherings, a Review-Journal poll shows.
More Nevadans have warmed to the idea of getting vaccinated against COVID-19 over the past five months, according to a new poll.
Forty-six percent of respondents to The Nevada Poll, a phone and online survey, said they disapproved of actions taken by both the trustees and the superintendent.
Nevadans have favorable views of how Gov. Steve Sisolak and President Joe Biden are leading the state and nation, with more than half supporting Sisolak’s handling of the COVID-19 pandemic.
The majority of Nevadans want the next president to be highly attentive to Social Security, Medicare and the cost of prescription drugs, The Nevada Poll™ found.
Nearly two-thirds of Nevadans oppose any efforts to “defund” police or shift revenues to social and community programs in response to unrest gripping the country over social injustice.
To protect the community, experts hope more Nevadans will get a COVID-19 vaccine once it’s shown to be safe and effective.
The Nevada Poll™ finds that nearly half of Nevadans disapprove of how Gov. Steve Sisolak has handled the coronavirus crisis, while 46 percent approve of his actions.
The nomination of Judge Amy Coney Barrett to the U.S. Supreme Court has had a mixed effect on the enthusiasm and happiness of Nevada voters, according to The Nevada Poll™.
President Donald Trump and Democratic nominee Joe Biden are neck and neck in Nevada, according to new figures released Tuesday in The Nevada Poll™.
Two-thirds of likely Democratic caucusgoers in a Review-Journal poll say they’d like to see Nevada get rid of its caucuses.
The Vermont senator leads the field by a solid margin among likely Democratic caucusgoers going into the four-day early voting period, a Review-Journal poll shows.