A new Public Policy Polling survey shows the presidential race in North Carolina tied at 48 percent.
The poll -- released Monday -- from the Democratic firm was taken after the Republican National Convention in Florida. N.C. registered voters were evenly split three ways on the RNC between whether it made them more or less likely to support Republicans, or didn't make a difference.
The results fit within others showing a tight race. A Elon poll released Monday gave Romney a one-point lead. Romney doesn't appear to get a bounce from his party's convention but his image did improve in the last month.