Vice President Joe Biden will return to Charlotte Tuesday morning for a rally at the North Carolina Music Factory.
From here hell travel to Asheville for a rally at UNC Asheville.
Biden is scheduled to speak at the Music Factory shortly after 11 a.m.
His sixth visit to the state this year and second to Charlotte in a month will come a day after a new poll shows the race between President Barack Obama and Republican Mitt Romney deadlocked in North Carolina.
Public Policy Polling, a Democratic-leaning firm from Raleigh, released a survey showing Obama and Romney tied at 48 percent among likely N.C. voters. Last week an NBC/Wall Street Journal/Marist Poll found Obama with a 2-point edge, which is within the margin of error.
According to the PPP survey:
• Forty-nine percent of North Carolinians disapprove of Obamas performance while 48 percent approve.
• Forty-nine percent have a negative opinion of Romney compared to 46 percent with a positive opinion.
• Romney leads 49 percent to 47 percent in terms of who voters trust more on the economy.
• Obama leads by the same margin on who voters trust on foreign policy.
Republicans are planning a response to Bidens visit. Women for Mitt are scheduled to hold sign-making parties at GOP headquarters Monday night in Charlotte and Asheville.