(CNSNews.com) – In the latest Gallup Poll Daily tracking, Democratic presidential candidate Barack Obama held onto his four-point lead over Republican John McCain.
In polling conducted Sept. 19-21, Obama had 48 percent and McCain 44 percent. That means Obama’s four-point lead was unchanged from Friday, Saturday, and Sunday polling.
The poll was based on interviews with 2,740 registered voters and has a margin of error of plus or minus two percentage points.
Meanwhile, Real Clear Politics shows McCain with a one-point advantage in the battleground states of Ohio and Virginia, one point in Nevada, two points in Florida, four points in Missouri.
Obama is one point ahead in the battleground state of Pennsylvania, three points in Michigan, four points in New Mexico, three points in New Hampshire, two points in Wisconsin, and two points in Colorado, nine points in Iowa.