President Obama’s odds of getting re-elected on prediction-market Intrade continue to slip and are now only 58%.
Our politics editor, John Ellis, says that even these odds overstate Obama’s chances. Thanks to the economy, Ellis says, Obama’s in trouble.
Meanwhile, Mitt Romney’s hold on the GOP front-runner slot continues to widen. Intrade now puts Romney’s odds of capturing the nomination at 35%.
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