According to MSNBC, Nevada voters expressed on Friday that the recent conviction of former President Donald Trump in his trial has not influenced their decision to vote for him. In a case led by Manhattan District Attorney Alvin Bragg, Trump was found guilty on all 34 counts of falsifying business records. However, despite this outcome, three out of four Nevada voters interviewed by MSNBC stated that they will continue to support Trump or that their choice of candidate remains unaffected.

“As of last night, after what happened to Mr. Trump, you know, I don’t think that was fair. So I’m going ahead to register to vote. I think it’s time to vote and set the record straight,” a male voter who was convicted of a felony told NBC national correspondent David Noriega.

“It just kind of more cemented my opinion about the guy,” another male voter told Noriega. “Like, everything that came out in the verdict didn’t surprise me at all. It just sounded like things he would do.”


Trump is currently leading by 5.4 points in Nevada, marking his strongest advantage in any battleground state, as reported by RealClearPolitics (RCP) averages.

“I have been a Trump supporter since 2016, voted for him twice, planning on voting again,” a female voter told the NBC correspondent. “Yesterday cemented that fact for me.”