I see that Bob Novak and others are sensing a Romney resurgence in the Granite State. I suspect that's a bias of the press being bunched up in the Greater Manchester area. It's absolutely true that around there, most of the "undecided" and "leaning" GOP voters sound like they're really going to be Romney voters in the end. But outside Hillsborough county -- where Republicans care deeply about guns and abortion and armed services, and aren't looking for a "CEO candidate," McCain is going to slaughter Romney. Can Romney get enough votes in Southeastern NH to make up for it? I don't know, but I don't think the media in Manchester do either.
A similar bias is surely at work on the Democratic side. What that means exactly, I'm not sure.