November 2nd, 2008
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Poll of Polls: Obama ahead in NV, NC, OH

Sen. Obama is leading Sen. McCain in Nevada, North Carolina and Ohio according to the latest CNN Poll of Polls.
Sen. Obama is leading Sen. McCain in Nevada, North Carolina and Ohio according to the latest CNN Poll of Polls.

(CNN)—The latest CNN average of polls in Nevada, North Carolina and Ohio shows Sen. Barack Obama leading Sen. John McCain with just two days until election day.

CNN’s new Nevada Poll of Polls shows Obama leading McCain by 6 points, 49 percent to 43 percent; CNN’s last Nevada Poll of Polls –- released October 31 –- showed Obama leading McCain by 7 points.

In North Carolina Obama is leading McCain by 2 points, 49 percent to 47 percent; CNN’s last North Carolina Poll of Polls –- released October 31 –- showed Obama leading McCain by 4 points, 50 percent to 46 percent.

The average of the most recent polls in Ohio, a must win for McCain, shows the Democratic nominee leading the Republican nominee by 4 points, 49 percent to 45 percent; CNN’s last Ohio Poll of Polls –- released October 31 –- showed Obama leading McCain by 5 points.

A complete list of polls used for the latest CNN Poll of Polls after the jump

*The Nevada general election "Poll of Polls" consists of five surveys: Mason-Dixon (October 28-29), Research 2000 (October 25-28), CNN/Time/ORC (October 23-28), Suffolk (October 23-27), and Reuters/Zogby (October 23-26).

*The North Carolina general election "Poll of Polls" consists of three surveys: Mason-Dixon (October 28-29), CNN/Time/ORC (October 23-28), and Reuters/Zogby (October 23-26).

*The Ohio general election "Poll of Polls" consists of five surveys: Mason-Dixon (October 28-29), LATimes/Bloomberg (October 24-27), CNN/Time/ORC (October 23-28), Marist (October 24-26), and Reuters/Zogby (October 23-26).

The Poll of Polls does not have a sampling error.


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