Two have Obama, winning - both polls done by the firm that did this one - Behavior Research Center.
Take note of the following quote:
"All the indicators are that Arizona's in play,” said Jim Haynes, president of the nonpartisan, Phoenix-based Behavior Research Center, which conducts election polls.
“The voters are obviously restless and wrestling with what they're going to do in November,” Haynes said. “There's still a lot of question marks in their minds. And as things unfold positively and negatively on behalf of each one of them, I think people are going to bounce back and forth.”
A recent poll by the Behavior Research Center showed that 42 percent of the 511 registered voters contacted across the state supported Obama, that 40 percent supported Romney and that 18 percent were unsure."
-dated APRIL 30
That is the ONLY other poll, other than the one released today, that shows Obama ahead.
So where did this new one come from? Perhaps this other statement by Mr. Haynes back in April sheds some light:
"“Arizona's a symbolic state now, for both sides,” he said. “It's big stuff for a Democratic candidate to be able to say, `I'm running neck and neck in a state like Arizona.’ The flip side is that Romney has a strong interest in keeping the so-called faith base safe.
“We're going to get a lot of attention paid to Arizona,” Haynes added."
A "lot of attention" in Arizona has been lacking, and thus a lack of attention to his polls. Popping out with this unexpected poll puts his company and his state back in the news. Or so he is hoping ... as it will be good for business. LINK