One day to go, and Mississippi’s Republican U.S. Senate race appears too close to call.
Polling last week found virtually the same result: A virtual tie.
Red Racing Horses, a Republican-leaning blog, found Sen. Thad Cochran, R-Miss., ahead of State Sen. Chris McDaniel, 42 to 41 percent.
Twelve percent remained undecided. The poll of 374 adults was taken May 28 and 29.
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Chism Strategies also polled May 29, and found McDaniel up 46 to 44 percent. “This race is too close to project a winner,’’ a poll analysis said. It questioned 813 people.
Cochran, first elected to the Senate in 1978, is fighting for his political life against a candidate with extensive backing from hardcore conservative groups, including the grassroots tea party movement.