Clueless Barron's: "Dead-heat race tips towards Romney"
The premise of the article is that the 18-29 demographic is a lot less enchanted with Obama in 2012 than in 2008 and that their voting numbers will be way down.
Apparently Barron's hasn't been paying much attention to the widening advantages in the state polls since Sandy or what is happening on the electronic wagering markets where Obama has 65% to 71% thinking that he will win the popular vote. He has even greater advantages in the electoral college and is currently leading in the make-or-break state of Ohio by 2.8% as per RealClearPolitics. Nate Silver sees Obama carrying the Buckeye state by 3.1%. That's about what I would be showing if I threw out the Rasmussen Poll which has consistently been a 3 to 4 percentage point GOP outlier.