Barack Obama has this morning inched back over having a 50% chance of winning according to intrade.net.
Interesting contiguous sentences on the Rasmussen Reports website:
McCain leads 58% to 38% among those who regularly shop at Wal-Mart while Obama leads 61% to 36% among those who don’t frequent the retail giant. Overall, Obama leads among those who earn less than $40,000 a year while McCain leads among those with higher earnings.
P.S.: Regarding my vow that I will exercise 200 days this year or donate $25/day to the George W. Bush Presidential Library, do not confuse a lack of updates with a lack of progress. Today was day 151, which puts me 7 or so days ahead of pace.
P.S.-P.S.: Intrade is running a state-by-state map that now has the markets predicting the scenario I personally think is most likely, which is All Kerry States + Iowa + Colorado + New Mexico for Obama. This wins, right? 273-265? Intrade says this is a 273-265 win for McCain instead. I think this has to be a mistake, or they have a Kerry state going for McCain and I’m not seeing it.