Romney takes the lead in Nevada for the first time this cycle 49 to 46:
With the election less than one month away, Mitt Romney leads by 3 points over President Obama in the key battleground state of Nevada. Just prior to the debate in Colorado both candidates increased their presence in Nevada. Mitt Romney opened offices in Hispanic areas of Las Vegas while President Obama personally delivered pizza to his volunteers. Obama is now suffering the fallout of last week’s debate, which is demonstrated in a recent poll conducted by Dane & Associates. Just a week ago, this race was a dead heat, but now after the debate, Romney has moved to 49% to Obama’s 46%. “It looks like the voters are making up their minds here in Nevada ,” says Tony Dane president of Dane & Associates. “Only 3 percent are undecided and 2% are voting for 3rd party candidates.” … This poll has a 3%+- margin of error … Dane & Associates uses automated polling methodology, similar to that of Rasmussen Reports. Since 1997 Dane & Associates have been conducting internal polls for candidates of all levels.