With only four days left before Election Day, a majority of Maine voters continue to favor allowing a casino in Oxford County, according to The Maine Poll.

The poll, conducted Wednesday and Thursday and released today, shows that 52 percent of likely voters support Question 1, which would allow a group of investors to build a casino in Oxford County. The poll found that 43 percent of voters oppose it.

The results show little movement from an Oct. 13 Maine poll, which found that 53 percent of likely voters support Question 1 and 46 percent oppose it.

There are relatively few people who have not already made up their minds on the issue. Both polls found that only 4 percent of voters are undecided.

The polls were done for MaineToday Media by Critical Insights Inc. of Portland. The firm also conducts polling for a group that supports the casino question on Maine’s Nov. 2 ballot.

The poll sampled 621 registered likely voters. It has a margin of error plus or minus 4 percentage points.

The facility would be Maine’s first casino with table games.