CNN poll showing--on the Friday before the election--that the difference between President Barack Obama and Governor Mitt Romney in Ohio is 3%.
And Libertarian US Presidential candidate Gary Johnson is getting 5%.
Will he hold that into next Tuesday? I have no idea. But I do know that for such a late poll to be showing that 1 out of 20 voters in a swing state is still willing to cast a third-party vote means two things:
1. The outcomes in several battleground states is going to be less predictable than the Demopublican pollsters, party hacks, and their journalist friends would like. That's a good thing.
2. If the Libertarian Party wants to make this a springboard into something real, rather than a blip like Ralph Nader or even Ross Perot, then the real work starts on November 7.