I'm not very interested in the polls right now, because their weakness is in how they estimate turnout. There are still a bunch of big primaries left to go (California and New Jersey, to name only two) and we can plausibly estimate the number of votes for Donald Trump in November at 80 Million. Hillary plausibly tracks to 55 Million.
Think about those numbers.
And it gets worse for her. The excitement on the GOP side is all Trump, all the time. The excitement on the Democratic side is feel the Berne. No love for Hillary there, although someone more heartless than I might say that's the story of her life. So I won't say that.
Add in the seeming crossover appeal that Trump has - pulling in bunch of Democratic voters in West Virginia, for example - and the 17 Million people who tuned into the debate to watch The Donald, and things look really, really bleak for Hillary.
Like I've been saying, I have no idea whether Donald Trump would make a good President or not. But we're fixing' to find out.
Hat tip: American Digest.