Contracts on the GOP candidates' odds of winning the nomination are trading live on Intrade while the candidates debate on CNBC.
The biggest moves?
Mitt Romney has jumped 3 points to 70% odds, solidifying his position as the overwhelming favorite.
Rick Perry plummeted 4 points to 4% in a matter of seconds after experiencing one of the most breathtaking moments in debate history: He couldn't remember the third of three Federal agencies he wants to eliminate and then concluded his answer by saying "oops.
He's declining in the polls: After two debates Texas Governor Rick Perry’s lead over Mitt Romney for the GOP nomination has fallen by a bit over 5 points. When Perry entered the race he enjoyed an immediate 15 point net... Read Post
Here are the current standings in the GOP nomination race, courtesy of Intrade: 1. Mitt Romney, 67% odds (overwhelming favorite), rising 2. Newt Gingrich, 10% odds, rising 3. Rick Perry, 9% odds, falling 4. Ron Paul, 5% odds, flat 5... Read Post