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Ron Paul’s Chances of Winning Continue to Improve

http://www.jbs.org/node/5891

Great article.

"Forget those political polls. Throughout time (at least the last decade), oddsmakers have had an uncanny knack for predicting political races. It's not so much that they have a crystal ball, rather the lines adjust based on public action. When it comes to political betting, the public action is presumed to represent votes. The theory being that someone who is likely to vote on Mitt Romney probably won't bet on Ron Paul winning.

The gambling public seems to believe that 2008 Presidential candidate Ron Paul stands a very good chance of winning."

That and the fact that most of those polls don't even have Ron Paul's name on it, or have it in a visible area.