The states are looking even better. In Colorado, PPP gives President Barack Obama a 50-46 lead, stable since they last polled there a week ago. A Reuters/Ipsos daily tracking poll of the state has it tied 46-46, after having Romney up a point the last two days.
Et tu, Gravis? In Iowa, GOP pollster and Rasmussen-wannabe Gravis Marketing now shows Obama leading 49-45, coming in the heels of yesterday's NBC/Marist poll showing Obama up 50-44. In Florida, a Reuters/Ipsos tracking poll shows Obama up 48-46 after having it tied 47-47 two days ago.
In all-important Ohio, the Reuters/Ipsos daily tracker has Obama up 47-45, while Rasmussen has it tied (as they gradually move closer to reality, it was +2 Romney just a few days ago). [Update: CNN just released poll with Obama leading 50-47.] Reuters/Ipsos gives Obama an even bigger lead in Virginia, 48-45.
PPP went and checked in on Michigan, and nope, it's not a swing state with Obama leading 52-46. But it's not as if any serious person bought that whole "expanding the map" nonsense.
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Update: And the polls keep coming in, and not a one of them has Romney in the lead. A Denver Post/SUSA poll in Colorado has Obama up 47-45.
A Rasmussen poll of Michigan looks similar to PPP's, with Obama ahead 52-47.
In Nevada, a poll by Democratic pollster Mellman has Obama up 50-44. Note, Mellman was the only guy to nail Nevada in 2008 and 2010 as Harry Reid's pollster.
I already updated the latest CNN Ohio poll above (50-47), but there's also a new We Ask America poll (remember, GOP outfit), with Obama ahead 50-46.
Finally, a new We Ask America poll of Virginia gives Obama a 49-48 advantage.
Don't be surprised if I have to update this further.