And PPP had surprising results in New Hampshire and Iowa.
The nine battleground states aren't created equal -- Romney and Obama are stronger in some than others.
The combination of Wisconsin, Iowa, and Ohio is enough to reelect the president.
Depending on how you look at the ad data, there's a case that Romney's on the offensive or just desperate.
There are only three post-debate polls in Iowa, but they're decent for Obama and the early voting numbers look alright, too.
Democratic disunity and an improvement in Romney's image is helping him make gains in the Sunshine State.
The GOP-aligned Super PAC Restore Our Future also got into the fray.
The battleground state numbers do not show as much movement in Romney's direction as Boston would have hoped.
Today's polls hinted at a return to post-debate norms.
Who would have thought that Rasmussen would stand alone in pointing toward limited or no evidence of a Romney bounce?