Matthew J. Stinson has a good roundup of the Sunday morning talking head shows, including the parts I fast-forwarded through to get to the round tables. He even has This Week, which I finally quit watching once George Stephanopoulos took over as host.
Dan Drezner rounds up the polls and media analyses and adds some solid analysis of his own. The short version: “Kerry wins in Iowa, but Edwards gets the biggest boost.”
Kevin Drum writes, “[B]arring something genuinely bizarre, we pretty much already know the results: Dean, Kerry, Gephardt, and Edwards are all going to do fairly well. I wonder how much the exact numbers matter at this point?” Of course they matter! This is the most important caucus in the most important presidential election in human history. (Or so I hear.)
RealClear Politics has links to a lot of op-eds on the subject as well. Frankly, I’m sufficiently tired of it that you’ll have to read them yourselves rather than get my usual handy-dandy excerpts.
Jeff Quinton has some guesses, too.
My SWAG: Dean, Gephardt, Kerry, and Edwards in that order.