Laura Ingraham hosted Tom Jensen of the Public Policy Polling.
Jensen said that while President Obama is unpopular in Ohio, but that Mitt Romney is even less popular. He named a number of other Republicans who poll much better than Romney. He said there is great consistency in the polls across the boards. He agrees that Obama's lead will recede a bit, but that Obama has led all along.
Jensen said that they do use computer calling. Ingraham said Nate Silver deemed his polling as Democrat. Jensen said it is, but that he couldn't have a credible polling operation if he weighted his polls. He weights gender, race and age as that is a fixed variable. He said no pollsters are perfect but his has been above average. He said it's a close enough race that Romney could still win, even though there are few undecided voters left. He said that most of the swing states have more Democratic than Republican voters and thus Romney is behind before the poll is even taken. He said the polls could shift in the next few weeks, but that if the election were held today, Obama would win by over 300 electoral votes. He said it will take more than big ad buys for Romney.