I have looked at left leaning sites like Huffington Post which posts numbers that seem to be slightly inflated in favor of the president. Then I look at local paper Examiner or Fox and they post numbers inflated for Romney. A number in between all those has been Gallup, which has called this a close race for the past couple of months at least. But the last numbers available are for the week ending Oct. 28 showing a 48% percent tie. Later numbers are not available due to Hurricane Sandy and like those victims, I am in the dark, as well as the whole nation, about the election numbers from a neutral source like Gallup. There seems to be a slight electoral vote favor for the president and a popular vote advantage for Romney, but Gallup isn't saying (yet). From their site today: Election 2012 Registered Voters Trial Heat: Obama vs. Romney Tracking suspended as of Monday, Oct. 29 due to effects of Superstorm Sandy http://www.gallup.com/poll/150743/Obama-Romney.aspx To me I think Romney will get Virginia (barely), North Carolina, and Florida. Colorado and NH as remaining close tossups are for the president who is comfortably over 270 without them. I only think there is enough time and external factors to change Virginia for president and NH for Romney but I doubt either will happen in what has been long held battle lines. Thoughts?