Angle has Poll Advantage

Via the Las Vegas Review-JournalAngle poll data improve

The Mason-Dixon Polling & Research survey has Angle with 49 percent support compared with 45 percent for Reid in its first survey since the Tea Party favorite and the Senate majority leader held their only debate Oct. 14. The findings match two other post-debate polls in the race and show momentum for Angle, who two weeks ago edged out Reid, 47 percent to 45 percent, in the last Mason-Dixon survey.

It was a likely voter poll with a sample size of 625 and an MOE of +/- 4%.

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