(CNN) – Sen. Barack Obama continues to hold a six-point lead over rival Sen. John McCain in CNN’s latest poll of polls. Obama has the support of 49 percent of voters while McCain has 43 percent and 8 percent of voters are unsure about their choice for president.
CNN’s national general election poll of polls consists of the following five surveys: Diageo/Hotline (August 29-31), American Research Group (August 30-September 1), Gallup (August 31-September 2), CNN/Opinion Research Corp. (August 29-31), and CBS (August 29-31). The poll of polls does not have a sampling error.
Obama and McCain had the same levels of support in the previous CNN poll of polls released Tuesday.