N.C. Poll: Romney 48, Obama 46
12:21 PM, Jun 12, 2012 • By MICHAEL WARREN
Mitt Romney leads Barack Obama by two points in North Carolina, according to a new poll by the Democratic-leaning firm PPP. Forty-eight percent of respondents support Romney, compared with 46 percent for Obama in a state the president won in 2008 by just over 12,000 votes.
North Carolina is currently the site of the Democratic convention later this year.
Romney has increasingly performed better in North Carolina, where he was trailing Obama just two months ago and where the former Massachusetts governor is now statistically tied with Obama among independents. Here's more from PPP:
According to the RealClearPolitics average of general election polls for North Carolina, the Tarheel State appears to be trending Romney's way.