The Democratic race has gotten a bit tedious to think about since the arguments are all so well-trod, but Rasmussen's national daily tracking poll shows the Republican race in all its fascination:


In essence, the candidates all seem to be close enough in national polling -- and the situation sufficientlly fast-changing -- that nobody's far enough ahead to have a meaningful advantage and nobody's so far down as to be out of it. It seems to me that if Huckabee wins Iowa, that still would leave ample time for an establishment rally around John McCain if they want to go in that direction.