Research shows that who people expect to win can be a better predictor than actual topline poll numbers.
Young voters have rallied to Clinton — big league. And they're a major reason she's leading.
The Trump campaign has used a combination of cherry-picked polls and misleading data visualization to paint a cheerier picture of their prospects on election day.
Donald Trump's path to 270 votes is so narrow you almost can't see it anymore.
Clinton's [lead or deficit] tells a story about trends, not about final results.
Eight years ago, the two parties split high-school-educated whites. Now, the GOP leads by 26 points.
Two-thirds see the next generation living in a worse America. Eighty percent think life for people like them has declined.
How can the world's simplest fact-check be so painfully funny?
The polls are not wrong, the election is not rigged and social media doesn't tell us who will win.