The 2016 election is heralding a new Republican Party and a sharp reversal of roles. The Democratic Party is now the one for the rich and the GOP is now the party of the less privileged.
But the election also betokens major changes in political science which any student of the process or aficionado must examine.
Dick Morris will be on ‘The O’Reilly Factor’ tonight at 8 PM EST to discuss the election and the phenomenon of Donald Trump. Please tune in!
Listen to the latest Dick Morris Play-By-Play Podcast as Dick discusses who’s going to turn up to vote tomorrow? With percentages fluctuating all over the map we can’t truly be certain until the day arrives. Hear the special podcast by Dick Morris.
It is becoming increasingly possible for there to be a tie in the Electoral College with each candidate winning 269 electoral votes. In that case, Trump would win since, in the House, the Republican Party controls 33 state delegations and each state has one vote regardless of how many Congressmen it has.
The latest FoxNews.com poll, reported yesterday, show Trump’s lead among white high school educated men is approaching landslide proportions.
Donald Trump, according to the latest polling, is ahead in states with 230 electoral votes and is tied in five states with a combined 54 more, giving him a potential haul of 284 votes — 14 more than he needs to win.
According to the average of polls reported by RealClearPolitics.com, Donald Trump is running an average of 4.9 points ahead of Romney in the rust belt states of Pennsylvania, Michigan, Wisconsin, and Ohio. This Rust Belt surge suggests that Trump may be running better among former Reagan Democrats than he is among traditional Republicans.
Was Huma Abedin hiding Hillary’s supposedly “missing laptop “in her apartment in order to keep it away from the FBI — not to protect Weiner, but to protect Hillary? Is the laptop that was seized in the FBI sweep of the Abedin/ Weiner apartment as part of the Weiner criminal probe the one that belonged to Hillary? A laptop that’s been missing for 2 years.
(All data from RealClearPolitics.com)
This election is coming down to Colorado if the tracking polling is to be believed and Colorado is coming out for Trump! While the RealClearPolitics.com average shows Clinton 1.7% ahead, in Colorado, the most recent poll, from the University of Denver, has the race tied.
Pollsters are excellent at figuring out how people will vote but do a poor job of judging whether or not they will vote. The best they can do is ask how likely a person is to vote. Since most of the marginal voters don’t really know themselves what mood will strike them next Tuesday, their answers are not always a fair indicator of the truth.