So, most agree that Arizona is no longer the toss-up it once could have been. Polling from within the state shows Mitt Romney ahead by double-digit margins. However, a poll from Behavior Research Center has the President ahead by two points. Many polls do not equally proportionate the amount of Latinos in a state. For example, many polls showed Sharron Angle beating Leader Reid in 2010, however with the support of Latinos he won.
The Presidential campaign is not the only close race in the state. The Senate race was originally thought to be a safe-Republican, however polls have the Democrat Richard Carmona and Republican Rep. Jeff Flake tied. The two are competing to try to replace retiring Senator Jon Kyl.