The day before voters go to the polls in Nevada’s 2nd Congressional District, a Public Policy Polling (PPP) poll shows Republican Mark Amodei leading his Democratic opponent Kate Marshall by thirteen points.
Fifty percent of likely voters in the district say they will vote for Amodei, while 37 percent say they plan to vote for Marshall. Four percent said they would vote for the independent candidate, Helmuth Lehmann, and 4 percent for the Independent American party candidate Timothy Fasano. Five percent are undecided.
Marshall, the state’s treasurer, is unpopular in her district, with 37 percent saying they have a favorable opinion of her and 50 percent saying they have an unfavorable opinion of her. On the other hand, 45 percent hold a favorable opinion of Amodei and 36 percent have an unfavorable opinion.