Now there's some confirmation in early Eric-MRA polling in Michigan (as reported in Third Party Watch), where Ralph Nader picks up 10% if the Democratic candidate is Hillary Clinton, 8% if it's Barack Obama.
What's even more interesting is that Nader appears to be a true spoiler, at least for Hillary:
One of the commenters provided more or less the conventional wisdom about this news:
Prediction #1: Nader will not get 10% of the vote in Michigan.
Prediction #2: The sun will come out tomorrow.
Of course, at this point (especially given the last four months) general election polls are worth precisely the paper they're no longer printed on.
But still. . . .