An ARG poll shows Montana and West Virginia, previously regarded as Republican shoe-ins, as closer that they ought to be. It also shows New Mexico shifting towards Obama.
Political Wire reports:
Three of the four major daily tracking polls now show Sen. Barack Obama leading Sen. John McCain.
As Gallup notes, "from a broad perspective, the race remains a statistical tie. But there has been a general drift towards Obama since McCain moved to a five-point lead over Obama through the weekend after the GOP convention."
Gallup: Obama 47%, McCain 45%
Diageo/Hotline: Obama 45%, McCain 42%
Research 2000: Obama 48%, McCain 44%
Rasmussen Reports: McCain 48%, Obama 47%