Yesterday, I told you HERE that polling analysts Sam Wang and Nate Silver are convinced that any upward momentum enjoyed by Mitt Romney in the wake of the Denver debate ended a couple of weeks ago.


And now Robert Wright, senior editor of The Atlantic, also ARGUES that Barack Obama is ahead:


Though the national polls on balance give Romney a fraction-of-a-point lead, Obama seems to be, as a practical matter, in the lead, for two reasons:


[1] Obama’s numbers in swing states are running ahead of his numbers nationally. When the national polls were moving in Romney’s direction, this ...

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Yesterday, I told you HERE that polling analysts Sam Wang and Nate Silver are convinced that any upward momentum enjoyed by Mitt Romney in the wake of the Denver debate ended a couple of weeks ago.

And now Robert Wright, senior editor of The Atlantic, also ARGUES that Barack Obama is ahead:

Though the national polls on balance give Romney a fraction-of-a-point lead, Obama seems to be, as a practical matter, in the lead, for two reasons:

[1] Obama’s numbers in swing states are running ahead of his numbers nationally. When the national polls were moving in Romney’s direction, this ...

Read more