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ICYMI: Gov. Steve Sisolak Gets “High Marks for COVID-19 and Economy” in New Poll

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Poll Shows A Majority of Nevada Voters View Gov. Steve Sisolak Favorably 

A new poll shows Gov. Steve Sisolak receiving high marks from Nevada voters. The poll from OH Predictive Insights found Gov. Sisolak to be “enjoying a positive image among a majority of Silver State voters,” with 52% of Nevadans approving of the job Gov. Sisolak is doing as governor.

“For a Democrat in a perennial swing state that hadn’t elected a Democratic governor in the 24 years before him, Steve Sisolak is doing very well,” said OH Predictive Insights Chief of Research Mike Noble.

A majority of Nevadans approve of Gov. Sisolak’s leadership when it comes to the economy. According to the poll, 53% of voters approved of the way the Governor is handling economic issues. Gov. Sisolak also received particularly high approval ratings for his response to COVID-19. Six in 10 Nevada voters – including 77% of Democrats, 61% of Independents, and even 38% of Republicans – approve of Gov. Sisolak’s handling of the pandemic, which the Las Vegas Sun Editorial Board praised as, “steady, responsible leadership.”

“Gov. Sisolak has proven to be a strong, consistent leader and has navigated the state through a public health crisis while putting the needs of Nevadans first, protecting jobs, and supporting businesses,” said DGA Senior Communications Advisor Christina Amestoy. “Whether it’s protecting and expanding the right to vote, expanding access to health care, or investing in public education, Gov. Sisolak has made historic strides in building a strong economy and achieving progress for Nevada. Nevadans know that the Silver State is heading in the right direction and are looking forward to reelecting Gov. Sisolak.”