Holding the Democratic National Convention in Charlotte, North Carolina appears to have done little to warm the state up to President Barack Obama.
According to a new Public Policy Polling survey conducted between September 7th and 9th, Obama and Republican presidential candidate Mitt Romney continue to run neck and neck in the state. Obama comes in with 49 percent support while Romney essentially ties at 48 percent. Last week, both candidates were at 48 percent.
1,081 likely voters were surveyed in the latest poll.
The convention was held between September 4th through September 6th.