As late as November 1, 2016 Hillary Clinton still was leading Donald Trump in the MAJORITY of the polls. Real Clear Politics took an average of all state and national polls, and found that she still had an edge of 47.5% to 45.3% - and this was AFTER James Comey briefly reopened the e-mail "scandal".
The final vote tally gave he 65,853,424 votes, while Trump got 62,984,828.
Overall, Hillary got 48.2% of the vote, and Trump got 46.1%, very close to the numbers in the last polls before the election. The difference, of course, was the electoral college. Trump got 303 electoral votes and Hillary got 235, a difference of 68 votes.
The voting totals in Wisconsin, Pennsylvania, Ohio and Michigan were all extremely close. Since these 4 states have a total of 79 electoral votes, Clinton's electoral college victory was certainly within grasp. Florida was also close, and the state's 33 electoral votes would have cemented her victory. In Florida, Trump got 49% of the vote, and Hillary got 48%.
Trump has been obsessed with ratings ever since the premier of "The Apprentice" years ago. As a result, he just fired 3 of his 5 internal pollsters because he did not like the results of the 17 states polls that they had conducted in March. In those polls, Trump trailed Biden by significant amounts in 11 states, including 3 states that he won in 2016.
Even more alarming for Trump is the fact that yesterday's FOX poll shows him trailing Biden, Sanders, Warren, Harris, and Buttigieg, which means he's probably foaming at the mouth right now and screaming at his television.
Admittedly, the election is still a long ways away, but I REALLY like the trend I'm seeing so far.