Las Vegas, NV (PRWEB) October 28, 2012
President Barack Obama leads Mitt Romney among registered voters by five points, 51 percent to 46 percent, according to a new CallFire poll in the crucial swing state of Nevada, Among likely voters, the President is ahead by a 50 percent to 46 percent margin
The poll, conducted following this weeks third and final presidential debate via cell phones and landlines, reached out to 1,031 registered voters and 909 self-described likely voters throughout the state. Of the total sample, 40 percent of likely voters identified with the Democratic Party, 38 percent with the Republican Party, and 21 percent listed themselves as independent. Among registered voters, 41 percent identified with the Democratic Party, 37 percent with the G.O.P. and 21 percent with a third party. The margin of error among registered voters is +/- 3.1 percent; among likely voters, the margin is +/- 3.4 percent.
Using SmartVAN data and CallFire telephone services, the poll builds on the recent partnership between CallFire and NGP VAN that provides state-of-the-art voice broadcast and automated survey functionality to Democrats and progressives. CallFire (callfire.com), a leader in voice and text communication solutions that help companies and organizations grow, teamed with NGP VAN (ngpvan.com), the technology provider used by virtually every Democratic candidate and progressive organization conducting a field campaign, including President Obamas organization.
In addition to the overarching question of presidential preference by the sample population, the CallFire poll probed various issues and attitudes among Nevada voters: