The trajectory of the 2016 presidential race - which will result in a Hillary Clinton victory - remains largely unchanged from May, when Donald Trump and Clinton were in the process of wrapping up their nominations.
But what has changed recently is Clinton's likely winning margin.
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This supposed analytical assessment could not have been more wrong. Who was getting polled? "Under 200 electoral votes." "Simply the writing has been on the wall?" "How large Clinton's victory will be and as to whether she would have coat-tails?"
Less bias in terms of assessment. The perception of this journalist, could not have been further from reality. Well, the "miracle to win" happened.
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