Republican Sharron Angle holds a narrow two-point edge over Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid (D-Nev.), according to a new Fox News/Rasmussen poll out Tuesday.

Angle leads Reid 49 percent to 47 percent. Another 3 percent of likely voters said they intend to vote for another candidate, but the choice of Tea Party candidate Scott Ashjian wasn't offered to survey respondents. In a recent CNN/Time poll, Ashjian captured 7 percent of the vote. 

Reflecting a high level of discontent with both Angle and Reid, a full 5 percent of likely voters said they intend to punch "none of the above" on Election Day, which is an actual option on Nevada's ballot.

Both Angle's and Reid's negatives are sky-high. A full 58 percent of likely voters have an unfavorable view of Angle, while 56 percent said the same of Reid. 

Other numbers out Tuesday from Fox News/Rasmussen show Democrat Richard Blumenthal with a 6-point edge over Republican Linda McMahon in Connecticut's Senate contest, Republican Dino Rossi and Sen. Patty Murray (D-Wash.) in a dead heat in Washington state, and Republican Ron Johnson with a 7-point edge over Sen. Russ Feingold (D-Wis.). 

New numbers on Delaware's Senate race still show Tea Party favorite Christine O'Donnell trailing Democrat Chris Coons by a 38 percent to 54 percent margin