In a Fox News national pre-election poll of likely voters, Clinton leads Trump by four percentage points indicating that the American voter believes that she doesn't suck as much as her opponent, and the voters are hedging their bets that she will not be indicted once becoming the president elect.
Hillary is ahead by 48 to 44 percent while Gary Johnson has 3 percent and Jill Stein 2 percent of the voters trust that neither candidate will screw things up any further than the last administration has done.
Clinton's advantage is statistically within the margin of error, but when either candidate wins tomorrow the results itself will be an error, and one that can only be corrected in four years when Michelle Obama runs on the Democratic ticket after Hillary screws up everything if she wins the presidency.
Hillary is now winning the uterus vote by 12 points (50 to 40 percent) blacks (who still believe the Democrats are helping them in spite of facts) by 85 to 4 percent; Hispanics (63 to 30 percent) and under 30 voters (51 to 35 percent, and higher by those seen on "Watters World" playing beach volleyball who thought Lincoln was a Democrat).
Trump is favored among men 48 to 43 percent (and those in the 43 percent range believe Caitlyn Jenner is a hero for having a body part removed then inverted, and changed his name from Bruce) and whites without a college degree 61 to 30 percent (and including college men who never had the need to go to a "safe zone" or believe they should be ashamed of their race, or support the anti-Israel BDS movement).
Trump is also ahead of the seditious Democratic candidate 56 to 38 percent, indicating that 38 percent of veterans watch MSNBC, read The Times, and believe that any woman who defends her sexual predator husband against the claims made by his victims, is okay in their book.
Nine percent of Republicans support Clinton, indicating that the United States still has a serious mental health problem and it will not be solved with the continuance of Obamacare. It is also an indication that nine percent of Republican voters have made their voting decision based on a coin-flip.
Trump beat Clinton by 4 points as being seen as honest and trustworthy (which may be due to the inability of political fact investigators to find one instance in which Clinton has told the hard, cold truth about anything). But she is seen to have a better temperament to be president by a margin of 23 percent, and as being better qualified for the job by 18 percent (but that might be either an anomaly or a joke).
The Fox News Poll is based on landline and cell phone interviews with 1,410 randomly chosen with nationwide voters and conducted in conjunction under joint direction with Anderson Robbins Research (D) and Shaw & Company Research (R) from Nov. 3 to 6, 2016. It used results from 1,295 likely voters. The margin of error is plus or minus 2.5 percent among both registered voters and likely voters.
In order for Donald Trump to win this election, the key is for him to get more electoral votes (or, as Joe Biden calls them 'electrical votes') than Hillary Clinton.