District by district - Nevada


Rep. Dina Titus (D) vs. Joe Heck (R)

Titus is more than holding her own in this district, trailing by just three points — 47 percent to 44 — while 6 percent of likely voters are undecided. This is one of the lowest percentages of undecided voters across the 12 competitive districts The Hill/ANGA polled.

Heck does hold a large lead among independents — 57 percent to 33. The trouble for Titus is that the remaining undecided voters lean Republican and the gender gap is working against her. She trails by 10 points among male voters, who are more highly motivated than female voters to turn out on Election Day, the poll found.

This was one of the few districts where Democrats and Republicans share equal enthusiasm about voting: 82 percent of Democrats said they are “very passionate” about voting, while 84 percent of Republicans said the same.

The poll was conducted Sept. 25-27, consisted of 403 phone interviews among likely voters and has a margin of error of plus or minus 4.9 percent.

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