John McCainJohn Sidney McCainAmerica's newest comedy troupe: House GOP Michelle Malkin knocks Cokie Roberts shortly after her death: 'One of the first guilty culprits of fake news' Arizona Democratic Party will hold vote to censure Sinema MORE and Barack ObamaBarack Hussein ObamaKrystal Ball tears into 'Never Trump' Republicans Sanders campaign announces it contacted over 1 million Iowa voters Iowa Steak Fry to draw record crowds for Democrats MORE are tied in Ohio, according to a Public Policy Polling survey.
Both men receive 45 percent of the support of voters, 10 percent of whom remain undecided. The Democrat had led in PPP Ohio polls in June and July.

While McCain gets the backing of nearly nine in 10 Republican voters, Obama gets the support of only three quarters of Democrats. Obama leads among independents.

Many of the Democrats who aren't supporting Obama "are disproportionately white, female, and middle aged, an indication that it could be former supporters of Hillary ClintonHillary Diane Rodham ClintonDemocrats go all out to court young voters for 2020 Pelosi: Whistleblower complaint 'must be addressed immediately' Election meddling has become the new normal of US diplomacy MORE who are holding out," according to the pollster's analysis.

"Ohio is one state, along with Pennsylvania and Michigan, where Barack Obama would probably be well served by some joint appearances with the Clintons," wrote Dean Debnam, PPP's president. "Democrats have a party ID advantage in Ohio but that won