(CNN)Hillary Clinton holds a small edge over Donald Trump in the race for Nevada's six electoral votes, according to a poll released Monday.
Poll: Hillary Clinton edges Donald Trump in Nevada
The poll from Monmouth University found that 45% of the state's likely voters support Clinton, compared with 41% who currently back Trump, with the poll's margin of error.
The survey results also show a state electorate disenchanted with both of the major party nominees: 5% of likely voters said they plan to vote for Libertarian Gary Johnson, while 4% intend to select "none of these candidates," an available option on the Nevada ballot.
The numbers provide a snapshot of a lightly polled swing state that figures to once again be among the most hotly contested in the presidential election.
Barack Obama carried the state in 2008 and 2012, but George W. Bush won there in the two elections before that.
Clinton's campaign targeted Nevada voters with a new ad that began airing there this month, depicting Trump as a lightweight whose credentials pale in comparison to the former secretary of state's.
The Monmouth poll was conducted by phone among 408 likely Nevada voters from July 7-10. It has a margin of error of 4.9 percentage points.