CONCORD, Calif., Nov. 3 (UPI) -- With the 2014 midterms only a day away, the race for New Hampshire's Senate seat appears to be a genuine toss-up between incumbent Democrat Jeanne Shaheen and Republican challenger Scott Brown, according to the latest polls.
A WMUR Granite poll of 757 likely voters released Sunday shows Brown with a slight 46 percent to 43 percent lead, just weeks after the same group had Shaheen ahead 47 percent to 45.
According to the pollsters, "When undecided voters are asked which candidate they lean toward, the race becomes even closer -- 47 percent say they will vote for Shaheen, 45 percent for Brown, 3 percent for some other candidate, and 6 percent remain undecided."
"When undecided voters are allocated to the candidate they are most likely to support, the final UNH prediction for the NH Senate race is 49 percent for Shaheen and 48 percent for Brown."
A New England College poll of 1,526 likely voters released the same day shows the race tied at 48 percent. In that poll, Shaheen only trails Brown by 7 votes.
The average of all polls taken since Oct. 18 shows Shaheen with less than a 1 percent lead.