Quinnipiac has Obama leading in Pennsyvania, Ohio, and Florida. Nate Silver:

Obama's lead nationally is still relatively small -- we have it at somewhere between 4 and 5 points -- but looks to be an unusually robust one in terms of the Electoral College. Rick Davis can probably give these numbers about another week or two to settle down before he has to start thinking about some fundamental changes in his candidate's messaging.

The last argument of the Clintons evaporates.

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