I would not put too much faith in these. I read an article that I cant seem to find last night where if you add in 3rd party candidates they most come from HRC's side and that narrows the gap to only 1%
Independents are particularly late deciders and they will also be most likely to consider a 3rd party given the dog shit the two major parties have given us to decide between.
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We have a thread for polls. But note that these Quinnipiac polls are big outliers, and if you go by polling averages (like everyone should), you'd see she has a fine lead right now. (As I said, it might tighten up this week, but after today, I'm not sure).
I don't think so. The polls are showing that Trump has the red states and Hillary the blue - as always, the battle ground states will be key and these are now moving to Trump. Even if Hillary wins the popular vote she could loose and I suspect by the time we get to the end she won't win even the popular vote. Reading the specifics in the numbers, Trump leads Clinton in trust and I think that is ultimately what will decide this. The Republicans have figured this out and will bring up the trust issue at every opportunity.