The Republican presidential contest in Ohio has come down to a 1-point race, according to the latest poll from Public Policy Polling.
The North Carolina-based polling firm's results released Monday show Mitt Romney leading with 37 percent to Rick Santorum's 36 percent. Being within the marin of error, the race is basically a toss up.
But, here's some important analysis from the pollsters:
-In Ohio late deciding voters are breaking toward Romney. He leads Santorum 40-28 with those who have made up their minds in the last few days or the last week. He's also going into election day with the lead. He's up 41-34 on Santorum with those who have already voted- that cushion from early voters helped put him over the top in Michigan last week. Romney's most important group of supporters in Ohio is seniors, with whom he has a 51-28 lead.