FiveThirtyEight.com is a national poll reporting site that aggregates and run stats on those polls to predict the outcome of this fall’s national elections. They also include reports on how things are playing in key states including Minnesota. Here is a snippet on the senate race:
Road to 270: Minnesota
Minnesota will likely be a single-digit race at the presidential level when all is said and done, but pay close attention to the Coleman-Franken race. Not only is it a brutal fight already, with each candidate wounded by tough criticism and a torrent of attack ads from each side on the air, but also note that if Franken cannot pull off a victory then Democrats have very little chance of getting to the magical, filibuster-proof 60 seats they hope for.
In think the poll scenario of Obama winning the election (electoral vote) yet losing the national popular vote is fascinating. They are giving that a 9.7% chance of happening. I wonder how the country would react to that?