If the latest round of polling holds up, some reliably red and blue states thought to be in play have reverted to form. For example, a Strategic Vision poll shows McCain leading Obama by eight points in Georgia, with Barr in the mix taking 3 percent. And while Obama looked weak in Massachusetts polling earlier this year (Survey USA had McCain up by five in late January), recent polling has him with a double-digit lead over McCain. The latest Rasmussen polls shows Obama beating McCain by twenty points in the Bay State. I’m not surprised by Massachusetts, though McCain should be relieved to maintain his Georgia lead.