- Polls are cited as very unfavorable to Trump. But polls are based upon assumptions that may not be correct. If there has been any shift in the voting patterns in the electorate, the polls are not designed to catch that. For instance, the infamous red-blue pattern is assumed in many models used for polling. Trump is not a dyed in the wool typical GOP type. Some Democrat voters may cross over and vote for him. The red blue pattern may not hold this time.
- People may not want disclose their true intentions. The answers to the pollsters may not reflect the true sentiment of the voters.
- A large undecided segment. This could bode ill for Hillary as Dick Morris points out. Undecideds tend to vote for the challenger.
- The true state of the race may be obscured by dishonest reporting. If anyone believes the media is honest, there's this bridge in Brooklyn that you can buy real cheap.
- Reading between the lines indicates this race is a lot closer than is being reported. Why should voting irregularities matter in a landslide?
Don't let the media decide you. Get out there and vote.