As its clear the late surge by the Obama campaign is no longer attached to a convention bounce, the numbers are rocketing towards the Obama campaign. The odds of an Obama victory have climbed to 81.9%, the highest they've been in the model. Obama has gained 6.7% more probability of a win in the last week. Ohio is up to 82% probability for Obama. Without Ohio, Romney needs a different strategy that would most likely have to include Wisconsin and Iowa. Iowa has gone over 75% chance to Obama. Wisconsin is up to 88% for Obama. Obama remains forecast to receive over 50% popular vote nationally at 51.3%-47.6% for Romney. Guess he got the wrong 47%. Romney backers won't want to look at the Now Cast numbers which show that if the vote were held today, there would be a 97.8% chance of Obama victory.
-Watching Eddie Podolak
Originally posted by Logical
When the boobs are a bouncin, the Chiefs will be trouncin
What the Raiders fan has said is true, our customs are different. What Al Davis has said is unimportant, and we do not hear his words.