Gallup final poll on Monday has Romney leading 50-49 of likely voters. That is a slight change from a few days before. The election is still fluid at this late hour back towards Romney. It it possible that Obama's electoral lock is crumbling right before our eyes? If Romney carries all the swing states and PA, he could break 300 EVs. Remember the call of a winner in 1980 was before 9 pm when Reagan crushed Carter. Michigan could further up the EV count. Aside from the satisfaction of a new President, wouldn't it be great to see egg in the face of all the pollsters. Can you imagine them trying to explain that Wednesday morning? Here is the 1980 map. To be totally fair, there is no way Romney will match Reagan. Notice Reagan carried almost the entire Northeast. That is not going to happen. Also, Reagan took the West Coast. All I am saying is that Romney could break 300 based on the Midwest. Aaron predicts a Romney landslide. George Will predicts a Romney landslide, with an added bonus, Minnesota. (along with Michael Barone) http://winteryknight.wordpress.com/...one-predict-landslide-victory-for-romneyryan/ Dick Morris also predicts a landslide. http://www.seacoastonline.com/articles/20121101-NEWS-121109957 Finally, to make this at least more like 1980, here is an editorial stating New York, Conneticut, and New Jersey are in play. http://lubbockonline.com/interact/b...omney-win-new-york-new-jersey-and-connecticut The most likely state for Romney to pick off on the West Coast is Oregon. The call could be early, but the margin will not be like 1980.