The polls are now showing an unquestionable trend back to Trump:
LA Times/USC: Trump +2.6
Rasmussen: Trump +1
People’s Pundit Daily: Trump +2.0
FOX News: Hillary +2 (4-way)
FOX News: Hillary +6 (2-way)
PPP: Hillary +5 (4-way)
Reuters/Ipsos: Hillary +1 (2-way)
Reuters/Ipsos: Hillary +2 (4-way)
Economist/YouGov: Hillary +5 (2-way and 4-way)
USA Today/Suffolk: Hillary +7 (2-way and 4-way)
LA Times, People’s Pundit Daily, and Rasmussen now have Trump in the lead. Reuters/Ipsos and FOX News have Hillary with a slight edge. The rest of the media polls have come down to the 5-7 range from double digits.
Arizona: Gravis Trump +4 (4-way)
Arizona: PPP Trump +3 (2-way)
Missouri: PPP Trump +6 (2-way)
North Carolina: Emerson Trump +2 (4-way)
North Carolina: PPP Hillary +1 (2-way)
Wisconsin: Marquette Hillary +3 (2-way and 4-way)
Wisconsin: Monmouth Hillary +5 (4-way)
Wisconsin: PPP Hillary +7 (2-way)
New Hampshire: PPP Hillary +6 (2-way)
Ohio: PPP Hillary +4 (2-way)
Pennsylvania: Franklin and Marshall Hillary +7 (2-way), Hillary +5 (4-way)
Pennsylvania: PPP Hillary +5 (2-way)
Trump’s support has firmed up in Arizona and Missouri. North Carolina has been pulled down to a razor thin margin. Wisconsin, Pennsylvania, New Hampshire and Ohio are all out of double digits and back within striking distance.
Update: Huge news if this holds up.
Virginia: Hampton University Hillary +2.
Hampton University had a Tie in July. Hillary’s convention bounce has faded. She is currently sitting at Hillary +13 in the RCP average due to all the bouncy convention polls. This is the first sign she is crashing back down to earth. Even if Trump loses this election, I don’t want Hillary to win anywhere in the South. I don’t want this to be on us. At a minimum, I want Trump to win the entire South.