The Pew poll, which conservatives generally consider to be fairly liberal puts Rmoney ahead by 4 among likely voters. Supposedly the Daily Kos poll, and Daily Kos is a very liberal site, will show Rmoney leading as well. This is why I have not once predicted a victor in the race. The fact is anything can happen. Rmoney has momentum, and the big guns (like the NRA) are starting to spend their big dollars. In the meantime, how well can we expect Obama to do in the next debates? It's not his forte, and the Rmoney team wisely has supposedly been preparing since July. I think Biden will do okay against Ryan, simply because Biden has a nice way about him, but I can't see Obama beating Rmoney in debate -- maybe holding him to a draw. At any rate, the race is getting more interesting. Until now, the predictions for the most part were pretty much that Obama would be a shoo in (with of course some experts saying otherwise), but now it's horse race. How will the Obama team stem the Rmoney team momentum? At this time of year, the election is a sport, not in the hands of Rmoney or Obama, but in the hands of their respective teams. It will be curious to see what kinds of tricks each team has up its sleeve, if any. Romney (In the Pew poll,) Romney has drawn even with Obama in the presidential race among registered voters (46% to 46%) after trailing by nine points (42% to 51%) in September. Among likely voters, Romney holds a slight 49% to 45% edge over Obama. He trailed by eight points among likely voters last month.