Quote georgeob1 quoting himself:
It's a year filled with reversals and uncertainty and anything could still happen. However, I have a growing perception of a fairly widespread public thirst for something different from what we have experienced over the last eight years. That and the decline in trust for Clinton might well be decisive.
Quote georgeob1 reacting to his own quote:
It's a lot less dogmatic than most of your somewhat bombastic posts.
Not really. It's the same old stuff you've been saying for months. Here's the chart of the Clinton-Trump race from the beginning, Clinton in blue, Trump in red:
The chart strongly suggests that there is a group of 5% of the voters who love to tell pollsters that they are for Trump, until Trump gets even in the polls. Then they realize that Trump is unthinkable, and they flip back to Hillary when it looks like Trump has caught her. Trump's recent rise might not be as beneficial to Trump's chances as his proponents like to think-a certain percentage of his supporters will flip to Hillary when the election is on the line.