Most of the latest national public opinion polls generally give Hillary Clinton a 1-4 point lead over Donald Trump. A few show Trump ahead. Forecasts, both algorithmic and expert, are currently predicting a Hillary Clinton victory. Experts declare that the election “leans” or is “likely” Democrat while forecasts utilizing computer models give Hillary Clinton a 65-99 percent chance of winning.
In the House of Representatives, Democrats are likely to pick up numerous seats but are unlikely to secure a majority. Meanwhile the outcome of Senate control is very much up in the air, with a few races likely deciding which party gains Senate control. At this juncture only 2 days before Election Day FiveThirtyEight.com places Democratic chances of winning control at 50.2 percent with the New York Times giving only slightly better odds to a Democratic victory.