Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid is now trailing his Republican challenger Sharron Angle, according to a new Fox News/Rasmussen poll released Tuesday.
Angle holds a narrow two-point lead, with 49 percent of Nevadans saying they will vote for her and 47 percent favoring Reid. Another 3 percent of voters said they intend to support another candidate.
Tea Party candidate Scott Ashjian wasn't offered to survey respondents.
Polls of the Nevada Senate race have remained close. A high level of discontent with both Angle and Reid was also revealed in the latest Fox News/Rasmussen survey.
Five percent of likely voters said they intend to punch "none of the above" on Election Day, which is an option on Nevada's ballot.
Both candidates also have high "negative opinion" numbers. Fifty-eight percent of likely voters have an unfavorable view of Angle and 56 percent said the same of Reid.