At this point in 2016, Hillary led by 2.6 percent.......Biden leads by 8

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Modeled partisanship in Texas for instance has a better than 10% advantage for the GOP but the polls are saying Biden is ahead. The democrats will claim that this is because Trump is destroying the GOP and Texas is now blue. Time will tell, but there is something not kosher about the polling when compared to other metrics. Hispanic turnout is only up around a percent in Texas.
 
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That 2.6 percent lead for Hillary ended up being 2 percent nationally.
Bidens 8 percent lead has remained steady for months.

In the battleground states it's exactly the same as 2016.

Only difference is there are many more battlegrounds than in 2016

In 2016, Arizona, Georgia and Texas were not in play.
Today, Trump trails in all three
Hillary was going to win Utah, remember?

A tie is not a loss
 

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National polls are meaningless, Trump doesn't need a single vote from degenerate dirt bag blue states Hillary won. Poor OP, debunked again.
 

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That won't decide the election, thankfully, until a Dem wins the W.H again, you have an E.C system that is the envy of the world. It assures the interests of the entire nation are met, not just high population locales alone.
if the EC were the envy of the World, more countries would have one.

it's actually kind of Unique to the United States, and the only reason why it hadn't been an issue up until now is between 1888 and 2000, the guy who won the popular vote also won the EC.

People wrote 2000 off as a fluke, but with the Trump disaster, watch for both parties to look to get rid of it.
 

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Polls shmolls.

Come November 3rd, the earth beneath our feet will begin a soft rumbling that grows to epic levels on seismographs all across the nation.

People will glance around at the sudden rush of air vacuumed in for volume and what starts out sounding like a billion bees humming will soon be a deafening squeeky shriek of agony and despair of those left in the tattered remains of the Democratic party...

USA! USA! USA!
 

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That won't decide the election, thankfully, until a Dem wins the W.H again, you have an E.C system that is the envy of the world. It assures the interests of the entire nation are met, not just high population locales alone.
if the EC were the envy of the World, more countries would have one.

it's actually kind of Unique to the United States, and the only reason why it hadn't been an issue up until now is between 1888 and 2000, the guy who won the popular vote also won the EC.

People wrote 2000 off as a fluke, but with the Trump disaster, watch for both parties to look to get rid of it.
Republicans seem to have no difficulty winning elections under the EC. Obama stormed to big wins under the EC. Then you morons ran two shit candidates and lost, now you want to rig elections, shocker.
 

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That 2.6 percent lead for Hillary ended up being 2 percent nationally.
Bidens 8 percent lead has remained steady for months.

In the battleground states it's exactly the same as 2016.

Only difference is there are many more battlegrounds than in 2016

In 2016, Arizona, Georgia and Texas were not in play.
Today, Trump trails in all three
Hillary was going to win Utah, remember?

A tie is not a loss
How close did she come to a tie in Utah?
 
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That 2.6 percent lead for Hillary ended up being 2 percent nationally.
Bidens 8 percent lead has remained steady for months.

In the battleground states it's exactly the same as 2016.

Only difference is there are many more battlegrounds than in 2016

In 2016, Arizona, Georgia and Texas were not in play.
Today, Trump trails in all three
Hillary was going to win Utah, remember?

A tie is not a loss
How close did she come to a tie in Utah?
I really don’t lose any sleep over Utah
 

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That won't decide the election, thankfully, until a Dem wins the W.H again, you have an E.C system that is the envy of the world. It assures the interests of the entire nation are met, not just high population locales alone.
if the EC were the envy of the World, more countries would have one.

it's actually kind of Unique to the United States, and the only reason why it hadn't been an issue up until now is between 1888 and 2000, the guy who won the popular vote also won the EC.

People wrote 2000 off as a fluke, but with the Trump disaster, watch for both parties to look to get rid of it.
Good luck with that. Again one vote one man is plain stupid. You for example are an ignorant fool and IMO your vote should not count as much as mine. EC sort of makes that the case.
 

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That 2.6 percent lead for Hillary ended up being 2 percent nationally.
Bidens 8 percent lead has remained steady for months.

In the battleground states it's exactly the same as 2016.

Only difference is there are many more battlegrounds than in 2016

In 2016, Arizona, Georgia and Texas were not in play.
Today, Trump trails in all three
Hillary was going to win Utah, remember?

A tie is not a loss
How close did she come to a tie in Utah?
I really don’t lose any sleep over Utah
I don't see you losing any sleep til joe pops out of his basement to check for his shadow,,,


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That 2.6 percent lead for Hillary ended up being 2 percent nationally.
Bidens 8 percent lead has remained steady for months.

In the battleground states it's exactly the same as 2016.

Only difference is there are many more battlegrounds than in 2016

In 2016, Arizona, Georgia and Texas were not in play.
Today, Trump trails in all three
Hillary was going to win Utah, remember?

A tie is not a loss
How close did she come to a tie in Utah?
I really don’t lose any sleep over Utah
Or Texas.......

 
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That 2.6 percent lead for Hillary ended up being 2 percent nationally.
Bidens 8 percent lead has remained steady for months.

In the battleground states it's exactly the same as 2016.

Only difference is there are many more battlegrounds than in 2016

In 2016, Arizona, Georgia and Texas were not in play.
Today, Trump trails in all three
Hillary was going to win Utah, remember?

A tie is not a loss
How close did she come to a tie in Utah?
I really don’t lose any sleep over Utah
Or Texas.......

Two months before an election is not ten days before an election
 

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That 2.6 percent lead for Hillary ended up being 2 percent nationally.
Bidens 8 percent lead has remained steady for months.

In the battleground states it's exactly the same as 2016.

Only difference is there are many more battlegrounds than in 2016

In 2016, Arizona, Georgia and Texas were not in play.
Today, Trump trails in all three
Hillary was going to win Utah, remember?

A tie is not a loss
How close did she come to a tie in Utah?
I really don’t lose any sleep over Utah
Or Texas.......

Two months before an election is not ten days before an election
So if Hillary had been up a point in Texas, 10 days before the election, she'd have won?
 
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That 2.6 percent lead for Hillary ended up being 2 percent nationally.
Bidens 8 percent lead has remained steady for months.

In the battleground states it's exactly the same as 2016.

Only difference is there are many more battlegrounds than in 2016

In 2016, Arizona, Georgia and Texas were not in play.
Today, Trump trails in all three
Hillary was going to win Utah, remember?

A tie is not a loss
How close did she come to a tie in Utah?
I really don’t lose any sleep over Utah
Or Texas.......

Two months before an election is not ten days before an election
So if Hillary had been up a point in Texas, 10 days before the election, she'd have won?
We have no way of knowing do we?
 

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That 2.6 percent lead for Hillary ended up being 2 percent nationally.
Bidens 8 percent lead has remained steady for months.

In the battleground states it's exactly the same as 2016.

Only difference is there are many more battlegrounds than in 2016

In 2016, Arizona, Georgia and Texas were not in play.
Today, Trump trails in all three
Hillary was going to win Utah, remember?

A tie is not a loss
How close did she come to a tie in Utah?
I really don’t lose any sleep over Utah
Or Texas.......

Two months before an election is not ten days before an election
What about the day (or week) before the elction?

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