National public opinion pollsters, fresh off a glaring failure to pick the winner in New Hampshire's presidential primary, are now violently queasy about trying to predict a winner in Nevada.
In fact, for a variety of reasons, major news organizations are taking a pass on polling before Nevada's Jan. 19 caucus.
The concerns stem from the New Hampshire mistake and from knowledge that Nevada has a large transient population not familiar with the workings of a big-time caucus.
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