Neuroscientist Samuel Sheng-Hung Wang (above), a 45-year-old polling analyst for the Princeton Election Consortium SEES a whopping 99-percent likelihood that Barack Obama will win re-election with between 303 and 332 electoral votes.
Wang also says Florida and North Carolina are close calls.
In the 2008 presidential election, Wang predicted that Obama would win 364 electoral votes. He got 365.
Meanwhile, Drew Linzer, a political science professor at Emory and Standford universities, PREDICTS today that Obama will win 332 electoral votes, but he also affords himself a little wiggle room, one way or the other:
With the last set of polls factored ...