Little by little, his lead in Florida is being whittled away. A week ago, he enjoyed a 2.1% lead in the Sunshine State but now it's down to 1.3%. And if not for something called the Sunshine State poll last week which gave him a five-point lead, the consensus would be down to a mere 0.6%.
For now, I still have Florida in the Romney column but any more slippage and I'd be obliged to put it in the tossup category along with Virginia and Colorado.
Romney is also sliding noticeably in North Carolina. With a current 3.0% lead, he's still going to carry the state but the margin there was almost double that just a week ago.
And in New Hampshire, an Obama lead of 0.8% a week ago is now 2.0%.
The only battleground states where Romney has had a slight pickup the last week are Wisconsin (Obama's 2.3% lead was 2.7% last week) and Nevada (a current 2.4% lead was 2.7% last week). But the slight progress in those states are a matter of too little too late.