(POLL) Nevada Voters want slower growth, less immigration

The population of Nevada has more than tripled in the past four decades, some of that a result of illegal immigration and the border crisis, and most voters in the state say they support policies to limit growth.

That’s according to Rasmussen Reports.

The survey finds that 40% say they want the population to grow more slowly. Only 13% of likely voters say they want their state’s population to continue to grow rapidly.

Twenty percent (20%) say they want the Nevada population to stay about the same size, and 22% want the state’s population to become smaller. 

Fifty-one percent (51%) want local and state governments in Nevada to make it more difficult for people to move to Idaho from other states by restricting development, while 60% favor reducing immigration, apparently referring to illegal immigration rather than legal immigrants.

To see survey question wording, click here.

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2 thoughts on “(POLL) Nevada Voters want slower growth, less immigration”

  1. “more difficult for people to move to Idaho from other states…” I’m confused why Idaho is mentioned. Hmmm.

  2. I think there’s a typo on the ‘Nevada Voters’ story, seems ‘to Idaho’ should be ‘from California’.

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