Thu, May 23, 2013, 11:24 AM EDT - U.S. Markets close in 4 hrs 36 mins
On InTrade, he is now at 67.6 cents as compared with 66.4 cents at midnight.
RealClearPolitics now has Obama ahead by 2.0 percentage points in New Hampshire whereas yesterday the margin was 1.3%.
And RealClearPolitics now has Obama leading the popular vote by 0.3% whereas yesterday it was tied.
I don't see the slightest shred of positive movement for Romney with less than four days before the polls open for regular voting.
It's now Obama 70.0 cents bid, 72.0 cents asked. I wonder if Investor's Business Daily still thinks that Romney has "mittmentum." Frankly, I see little "mentum" for him at alll - be it mo or mitt.