Ignore the national polls signaling that the race is over.
‘Things do not bode well’
The fundamental problem for the pollsters is figuring out just who is going to come out to vote.
Two weeks ago, some pundits began talking about a Trump “surge.” Suddenly, that surge is looking like a full-fledged “wave.”
Clinton’s victory has been treated as preordained by the mainstream media, but this narrative is looking more unrealistic every day.
‘The gender gap between the two candidates is nearly nonexistent’
81 percent believe …
‘So that’s a burden I carry’
Approval is low
41 percent of likely voters believe …
‘The skeptic in the room’
‘The poll shows that 43 percent of voters believe self-driving vehicles are unsafe, while about 32 percent of those polled said they are safe’
If the GOP’s enfant terrible can achieve this kind of breakthrough, imagine what his more mature rivals might achieve.
‘It should raise serious concerns for every country looking at the refugee crisis’
‘Troubling for her’
Survey says …
‘Boy, is that an industry that needs some housecleaning’