With the election only few days away there is alot of uncertainty about what will happen. From all indicators Trump should win by a wide margin unless it is taken from him.
Republican voters are finally coming home to Donald Trump after months of flagging support threatened to put the White House out of reach.
Trump’s candidacy has been deeply divisive within Republican ranks, drawing fire from senior office-holders such as Speaker Paul Ryan (R-Wis.), past presidential nominees including Mitt Romney and Sen. John McCain (R-Ariz.), and numerous conservative pundits.
Now, as Republicans face up to the specter of a Hillary Clinton presidency, Trump’s numbers are on the rise. But polling experts caution that he is still a few points shy of where he needs to be.
David Winston, a GOP pollster, noted that the party’s 2012 nominee Mitt Romney received 93 percent support from voters who identified as Republican, according to exit polls. In most current polls, Trump is a notch lower.