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NEW YORK (Reuters) – U.S. Senator Bernie Sanders appears to have an early edge in the Nevada Democratic Caucus, according to polling agency Edison Research.
Edison, which compiles voter polls and live election results for media organizations including ABC News, CBS News, CNN, NBC News and Reuters, said its polling of early voters and state caucus goers shows Sanders “leads in the first preference” vote.
The article goes on to state the following:
Nevada will award Democratic delegates after party members state their preferences at hundreds of caucus locations around the state. Many Democrats may eventually switch their choice during the caucus meeting if the candidate they support does not garner enough interest.
The results are too early to call but the numbers will be updated by Edison later in the day after the caucuses have ended.
DEVELOPING: Sen. Sanders has a significant lead in the Initial Preference results from the Nevada Democratic Caucus based on early entrance polls, but the caucus remains too early to call as of 3 p.m. ET.
Track the data: https://t.co/rEBYgfVwoJ
— NBC News (@NBCNews) February 22, 2020
JUST IN: Nevada Democratic caucus is too early to call as Sanders leads initial voting – NBC News
— Breaking911 (@Breaking911) February 22, 2020
As Nevada caucuses kick off amid fears of — and plans to avoid — a repeat of Iowa debacle, a new early-voting system, high turnout and a never-before-used digital tool could all contribute to chaos. https://t.co/aCiXURODQ6
— NBC Politics (@NBCPolitics) February 22, 2020
Sanders leads as Nevada caucus goers’ first choice: Edison Research Poll https://t.co/m51edyc9gY
— Jonathan Chevreau (@JonChevreau) February 22, 2020
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