If the polls are correct, tomorrow we're going to elect the first woman president in the 240-year history of the United States.
HMMM...Final Fox News poll has Clinton +4. But party ID is Dem +1 (was +6 in '12). A lotta GOP crossover to Hillary! https://t.co/YggfilcSkC— Hillary HQ (@Hillary_HQ) November 7, 2016
Clinton up 6 in new @MonmouthPoll nat'l poll:— Kyle Griffin (@kylegriffin1) November 7, 2016
November 3-6, +/-3.5%
Clinton breaks 50% mark in final NBC/SurveyMonkey poll:— John Nichols (@NicholsUprising) November 7, 2016
Final @ABC News/WaPo tracking poll shows Hillary Clinton maintaining 4-point lead over Donald Trump: https://t.co/IQ3XRrmm1l pic.twitter.com/JoaZtebw7j— ABC News (@ABC) November 7, 2016
There are more, but they all show Clinton ahead. However, none of it matters if you don't vote.Clinton ahead among early voters 55-40 in latest WaPo-ABC tracking poll— Chris Cillizza (@TheFix) November 7, 2016
My personal hunch is that Hillary's margin will be larger than expected due to a few reasons:
- Superior Democratic ground game
- Unexpectedly large GOP crossover to Hillary, especially among women
- Shockingly massive turnout among non-white voters
- Late shift among final deciders due to Trump's dramatic unqualifications for the job (i.e. nuclear codes) and Comey's "in the clear" letter
There's no telling what the final margins will be and what kind of Congress we'll get. But after two years of supporting this amazing candidate during tremendous highs, distressing lows, and everything in between...I'm personally planning on one hell of a party around 11pm ET tomorrow.