Election poll results go up and go down and change daily. Phillip Bump:
On the Tuesday two weeks before Election Day, Jason Miller, the senior communications adviser to Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump, had a poll from Rasmussen Reports highlighted on his Twitter account. Miller tweeted it Monday and then pinned it (in Twitter parlance), ensuring that any visitor to his Twitter page would see the poll results first. “Rasmussen: 43-41 TRUMP,” it said. But the preview for the link said something different: “Hillary Clinton has slipped one point ahead.” That’s because the traditionally Republican-friendly Rasmussen’s daily tracking poll shifted between Monday and Tuesday, and Miller’s tweet was suddenly out of date.
I’ve been following the RealClear Politics poll averages and I predict the election will be very close or a complete blowout.