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Last Battleground Polls Show Close Race

Tuesday, 04 Nov 2008 12:53 PM

By David A. Patten

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Battleground polls show that Sen. John McCain is pulling even with Sen. Barack Obama in several key swing states even as voters nationwide stream to the polls to cast their ballots.

McCain faces uphill battles in other important states, however, including Pennsylvania, New Mexico, Virginia, and Nevada.

A state-by-state recap of the latest battleground polls in swing states:

Colorado

Fox News/Rasmussen, Nov. 3

Obama 51

McCain 47

Florida

Reuters/Zogby, Nov. 4

Obama 49

McCain 48

Fox News/Rasmussen, Nov. 3

McCain 50

Obama 49

Public Policy, Nov. 3

Obama 50

McCain 48

Reuters/Zogby, Nov. 3

Obama 48

McCain 46

Missouri

Reuters/Zogby, Nov. 4

McCain 49

Obama 49

Fox News/Rasmussen, Nov. 3

McCain 49

Obama 49

Reuters/Zogby, Nov. 3

Obama 47

McCain 46

Nevada

Reuters/Zogby, Nov. 4

Obama 53

McCain 42

Reuters/Zogby Nov. 3

Obama 51

McCain 43

New Hampshire

University of New Hampshire, Nov.2

Obama 53

McCain 42

New Mexico

Albuquerque Journal, Nov. 2

Obama 51

McCain 43

North Carolina

Reuters/Zogby, Nov. 4

McCain 50

Obama 49

American Research Group, Nov. 4

Obama 49

McCain 48

Fox News, Nov. 3

McCain 50

Obama 49

Public Policy Polling, Nov. 3

Obama 50

McCain 49

Reuters/Zogby, Nov. 3

McCain 49

Obama 48

Ohio

Reuters/Zogby, Nov. 4

Obama 49

McCain 47

A Fox News/Rasmussen, Nov. 3

McCain 49

Obama 49

Public Policy, Nov. 3

Obama 50

McCain 48

Reuters/Zogby, Nov. 3

Obama 50

McCain 44

Pennsylvania

Reuters/Zogby, Nov. 4

Obama 51

McCain 41

Public Policy, Nov. 3

Obama 53

McCain 45

Reuters/Zogby, Nov. 3

Obama 54

McCain 40

Quinnipiac, Nov. 3

Obama 52

McCain 42

Virginia

Reuters/Zogby, Nov. 4

Obama 52

McCain 45

American Research Group, Nov. 4

Obama 51

McCain 47

Fox News, Nov. 3

Obama 51

McCain 47

Reuters/Zogby, Nov. 3

Obama 51

McCain 45

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