At RCP's Battle for the White House map, Indiana is listed as "leans Romney," based on a Howey/DePauw poll taken back in March (49-40). Today's Rasmussen Report should throw that state into the "Likely" column, if not "Solid."
Four years ago, President Obama became the first Democrat since 1964 to win Indiana. He looks unlikely to repeat that feat.
A new Rasmussen Reports telephone survey of Likely Voters in the state finds challenger Mitt Romney picking up 51% of the vote while the president earns just 35%.
And just think, the 11% undecided are [historically] likely to break for the challenger!
The Husband thinks it'll be a 57-state landslide; Don Surber thinks 40. I don't know what to think (other than if I keep drinking coffee at this rate, I'll be a nervous wretch by November).