The most recent iteration of Pollster's Electoral College projections, as posted today on Huffington Post, eliminates the last remaining tossup states (NC and NH) by assigning them to Barack Obama. They project the Electoral College vote to be 347-191 for Obama, with only IN flipping from Democratic to Republican compared to the 2008 results.
In addition to assigning each state to a particular candidate, Pollster also assigns a degree of confidence to each projection. Their confidence in a 5-point Obama lead in FL, surprisingly, is 100%. They are also 100% confident that Obama is ahead in all the Midwestern states except IN (MN, WI, MI, and OH). Their confidence in a 6-point Obama lead in IA is 97%. In NH, confidence drops to 90%, and in NC it is all the way down to 84%.
Compare these projections to those at TPM, which is still listing NC and NH as tossups, and Real Clear Politics, which still has Obama at 265 Electoral votes (just short of the 270 needed to win) and considers NV, CO, IA, NH, VA, NC, and FL as tossups.
Not as big news perhaps as Nate's projection of 80% likelihood of an Obama victory in November, but one more data point to add to the mounting pile of evidence that this race -- barring something major and unforeseen -- is pretty much over.
Update: Within five minutes of posting this diary, NC flipped back to a tossup, as both Christian Dem in NC and Flying Goat pointed out in comments. Still, the map is getting better every day.