Posted by Robert E. Waters on Wednesday, October 31, 2012
New polls out today indictate that the momentum somehow may have switched to President Obama.
A Quinnipiac University/CBS News/New York Times poll shows the president leading in Virginia, Florida, and- of course- Ohio. And the RCP average now shows the race as a tie.
It isn't time to panic yet. A Roanoke College poll shows Romney up by five in Virginia. And Dick Morris thinks we're headed for a Romney landslide. A single day's bad polling may simply represent a glitch.
But if Romney's lead in the RCP average isn't back tomorrow, I'm going to start to worry.
HT: Real Clear Politics