Mitt Romney leads President Barack Obama by two points in Virginia in the final Rasmussen Reports poll before Election Day. Governor Romney maintains 50% of support from Virginians and leads Obama by 21 points among unaffiliated voters.
The poll found Romney leading Obama 50%-48% among likely voters.
The GOP presidential candidate leads Obama by 21 points (58%-37%) among Virginia's unaffiliated -- or independent -- voters and has the support of 90% of the state's Republicans.
He leads Obama on the economy by six points and on national security and energy policy by two points. Only 19% of voters in Virginia think the economy is "good or excellent," and 42% describe the economy as poor.
Romney also has a better favorable/unfavorable rating (50/47) than Obama (50/49).
Rasmussen surveyed 750 likely voters in Virginia on November 4, and the poll's margin of error is +/- four percentage points.