Republican Mittt Romney continues to lead President Barack Obama by a large margin in Oklahoma, but is only even with him in Tulsa.
That's according to a SoonerPoll.com survey released today. The phone survey of 305 likely voters, taken October 18-24, shows Romney at 58 percent statewide and Obama at 33 percent.
Obama picked up 4 points since the last survey in August, while Romney remained unchanged. In Tulsa, Romney and Obama are both at 46 percent.
Romney leads by 26 points in Oklahoma City and 42 points in the rest of the state.