Ross, a former state representative, leads the race, 47-46, among likely voters in North Carolina.
She retains her lead from a Siena/NYT Upshot poll conducted mid-September, though her lead diminished from +4 then to +1 today.
However, a Monmouth University poll released yesterday showed Burr ahead by six points, 49-43, among likely voters in the state.
The Siena/NYT Upshot poll was conducted via live telephone interview from Oct. 20-23 among 792 likely North Carolina voters, with a margin of error of plus or minus 3.5 percent.
TPM's PollTracker Average for the U.S. Senate election in North Carolina shows Burr leading Ross, 45.2 to 43.1.