Poll: Obama, Romney Nearly Tied In Nevada
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(Las Vegas, NV) — The presidential race is getting tighter in Nevada.
A new “Review-Journal/KLAS-TV” poll gives President Obama 47% support in the Silver State, versus 45% for Mitt Romney.
Obama is running strongest in the Las Vegas Valley, among women and lower-income voters.
Romney leads in northern and rural Nevada, and has an edge over the president with independent voters, men and those making at least $80,000 a year.