http://tippie.uiowa.edu/iem/media/story.cfm?ID=2912 Ryan Nod Leads to Obama Gains on Iowa Electronic Markets August 14, 2012 | By UI News Services The price of a contract representing Mitt Romneys winning the popular vote in November has fallen more than 5 percent on the IEMs Winner Take All market since he named Ryan as his vice presidential candidate Saturday morning. His contract had been trading for 41.3 cents before the nomination was announced, but more than 2 cents to 38.9 cents Tuesday morning. The Tuesday price means the market believes Romney has a 38.9 percent chance of winning the popular vote in November. Meanwhile, the price of a contract for Obama winning the popular vote has gone up 1.5 cents in the three days since Ryans appointment, from 59 cents to 60.5 cents Tuesday morning. Wanna kill these ads? We can help!