The states that might swing into the republican column or the democratic column are the ones to watch. The states in play are listed below.
If you see less than 3% difference between Trump and Clinton in any given state, there's virtually no difference due to the margin of error.
That said, let's look back:
In 2012, the battle for the swing states was over so early that I watched stopped watching the election in favor of watching the anchors on Fox News watch Romney lose.
I didn't really think they would cry at Fox News. But I hoped. And they didn't. But STILL...noses were wrinkled up, lips were curled. They wanted to cry when they saw President Obama win for the second time. I saw it.
The petty was delicious. Absolutely delicious. I can't believe I didn't keep the video.
Anyway. I hope I get to see the same thing again this year because this I know:
Donald Trump may or may not be Ronald Reagan on steroids.
However, the republican nominee that stands on Donald Trump's win will inevitably be a smarter Trump and his mostly overt white racist, misogynist homophobic followers. And he'll go all out of for the 1% without even having to slow down so he can be sneaky about it.
And ArGAT's* foreign policy will make your hair fall out or the skin slough off your skull if you're already bald.
So, I hope we can nip this in the bud by stopping Trump early today.
Read why state polls matter than polling individual voting trends here:
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SWING STATE PRESIDENTIAL POLLS
New Hampshire (small number of electoral votes but part of New England block)