Business Insider notes an interview Suffolk University's David Paleologos did with Fox News' Bill O'Reilly.
“In places like North Carolina, Virginia and Florida, we’ve already painted those red. We’re not polling any of those states again," he said. "We’re focusing on the remaining states.”
"Let me stop you there. You're convinced that Florida, North Carolina and Virginia are going to go for Romney?" O'Reilly said, rather shell-shocked. That's probably because Obama still has a very slight edge in the Real Clear Politics average of Virginia polling, and because he trails by just 0.7 points and 3 points, respectively, in Florida and North Carolina.
Paleologos explained that Obama was not in a good spot before his consensus loss in the debate, which has spiked Romney in polling ever since. Suffolk's poll found Obama up 46-44 in the state, and Paleologos said it would be difficult for Obama to climb to 50 percent now.
Here's the video.