Can John McCain still win? It's a tall order, but Nate Silver lays out in the New York Post four conditions under which it's possible in the campaign's final nine days: 1) Abandon Pennsylvania, Wisconsin, Minnesota, and Iowa; 2) Attack New Hampshire and New Mexico; 3) Defend Colorado, Virginia, Nevada, Ohio, and North Carolina; and 4) Gamble on Florida, Missouri, and Indiana. "Essentially," Silver writes, "McCain needs to subtract 6 points from Obama's margins in every state." He places the odds of that happening at five percent.
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