Unfortunately, that is not likely to happen. On the contrary, UnSkewed Polls will rise up to serve a whole new purpose. It will be proof of Democratic election fraud and conspiracy. Their revised projection numbers are well outside of the margin for error and and their followers accept them as a truth. Chambers and his devotees know that Romney will win. And if he doesn't win, their evidence-based certitude will leave little doubt that the election was somehow fixed. The ensuing cacophony of speculation will include everything other than the possibility that UnSkewed Polls was wrong.
In short order, snippets of evidence will crop up on conservative blogs. A stock photo of a bus filled with blacks will be posted (clearly crossing the state line with illegal voters). A friend of a friend who worked at a polling station will expose the dirty truth of how they tampered with the machines and psuedo experts will validate the story. Others will ask if an election official really died of a heart attack or was Obama cleaning things up? And Fox will do its part by frequently reporting that "There are some people who say..." The conspiracy will get a name like Skewergate, and I imagine their subscribers will actually like being call Skewers (sticking it to the prez).
One of the strengths of this conspiracy is that it will play rather nicely into the conservative narrative of the proposed Voter ID laws. Mike Turzai not withstanding, those laws were marketed as a need to reduce voter fraud. With the exception of a few very red states, most of those bills have been overturned or ruled unenforceable for this election. An Obama victory coupled with UnSkewed Polls will, in their minds, vindicate the need for such laws.
All of this will come none too soon for the wingnuts. It will be their new weapon of choice to delegitimize Obama's presidency. The birther thing has gotten a bad comb-over and, inexplicably, no one seems to care that Frank Marshal Davis is Obama's real father. Now I can't say with certainty that this will happen, but if I had a stack of chips I'd sooner put it on the likelihood of a skewergate than a Romney victory.