The Nevada Senate race remains a “toss-up,” according to the latest Rasmussen Poll released today.
The Monday survey of 750 likely voters gave Republican Sharron Angle a 49 percent to 45 percent advantage over Democratic Sen. Harry Reid. The difference falls within the poll’s margin of error of plus or minus 4 percentage points.
The latest survey came after President Barack Obama’s visit to Las Vegas last Friday on behalf of Reid.
The Nevada contest has been neck-and-neck for months, according to Rasmussen polling. Reid and Angle have been three points apart or less in eight of nine Rasmussen surveys conducted since July.
With a week to go before the election, most voters in Nevada appear to have made up their minds, Rasmussen said. Only 2 percent said they remain undecided.