(Las Vegas, NV) — President Obama holds a three-point lead over Mitt Romney in Nevada.
A new “Review-Journal/8 News Now” poll gives Obama 48%, versus 45% for the Republican challenger. That’s within the survey’s margin of error.
Romney’s lead among independent voters widened, and he leads Obama among men and in rural Nevada.
The president continues to be favored by women, moderates, Latinos and Clark County residents.
The poll was taken before last night’s second presidential debate.