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.