I enjoyed this entry from Nate Silver:
We are now running about 40,000 Electoral College simulations each day. In the simulations that we ran on Monday, the candidate who won Ohio won the election roughly 38,000 times, or in about 95 percent of the cases ...
... where Obama (still) leads.
Romney's non-Ohio pathways verge on the fantastic. Observes Silver, "he would need to win both Iowa and Nevada.... Furthermore, he would need to win New Hampshire to avert a 269-269 tie.... On top of all that, he would need to win both Colorado and Virginia."
Yes. And soon after, I'll be crowned the king of England.