2016 Nevada Democratic Caucus
43 Delegates: Allocated Proportionately (Saturday — February 20, 2016)
(Please Note: Total delegates include 35 soft pledged and 8 soft unpledged “superdelegates”)
|PPD Average||2/8 - 2/15||--||--||46.5||46.0||Clinton +0.5|
|CNN/ORC||2/10 - 2/15||282 LV||6.5||48.0||47.0||Clinton +1|
|TargetPoint (R)||2/8 - 2/10||1236 LV||2.9||45.0||45.0||Tie|
|Gravis||12/23 - 12/27||326 LV||5||50.0||27.0||Clinton +23|
|CNN/ORC||10/3 - 10/10||253 LV||6||50.0||34.0||Clinton +16|
|Gravis Marketing||7/12 - 7/13||416 RV||5||55.0||18.0||Clinton +37|
|Gravis Marketing||3/27 - 3/27||319 RV||6||61.0||7.0||Clinton +46|
|Gravis Marketing||2/21 - 2/22||324 RV||6||58.0||4.0||Clinton +38|
Above is table listing the latest 2016 Nevada Democratic caucus polls and aggregate PPD polling average. There are 35 delegates up for grabs in the Nevada Democratic caucus on Saturday, Feb. 20, 2016, which are to be allocated proportionately. Democratic Viability Precinct Caucuses meet in each precinct. Each Precinct Caucus chooses delegates to County Conventions based on presidential preference. Voting begins at 12 noon PST.
Twenty-three (23) district delegates will allocated proportionally to presidential candidates based on the support among the delegates to the State Convention from the state’s congressional districts. Further, 12 delegates are to be allocated based on the support among the delegates to the state convention as a whole. The remaining 8 National Convention delegates consist of 6 Democratic National Committee members and 2 Members of Congress (1 senator and 1 representative).