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June 15, 2008
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Newspaper poll shows Nev. split for McCain, Obama

LAS VEGAS " Voters in Nevada were essentially split between presidential candidates John McCain and Barack Obama with about 14 percent of likely voters undecided, according to a newspaper poll.

The poll conducted June 9-11 by Washington-based Mason-Dixon Polling & Research Inc. for the Las Vegas Review Journal showed that 44 percent of voters prefer the Republican McCain while 42 percent prefer Obama, the Democratic nominee. The results are within the poll's error margin of 4 percentage points.

"It's a statistical tie. It's a toss-up," said Brad Coker, a pollster with Mason-Dixon. "Nevada is a battleground. It's clearly a state …

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