With the debates behind us, and just a week of swing state campaigning ahead, the race for the Presidency is once again a close, polarized affair, between two very different choices.
Real Clear Politics has Mitt Romney falling back slightly from their previous weeks projection, with Obama favored to win 201 electoral college votes, Mitt Romney 191 (down from 206), and 146 up for grabs.
President Obama maintains a small but persistent lead in Ohio, of around 2%
The NYT calculates that this persistent lead is now projecting a 74.9% chance of President winning Ohio next Tuesday.
538 projects Obama to win 296.6 electoral college votes to Mitt Romeny's 241.4