All of a sudden, it seems possible that Donald Trump may lose many “red” states. This has occurred as news of the Access Hollywood tape and multiple accusations of sexual assault by a multitutude of women, who live far apart and do not know each other, keep on becoming news. The question is why would these women put themselves through publicity if it was not true, as they are gaining nothing financially from the revelations. So suddenly, Trump is in trouble, just trying to keep “red” states when he needs to win “swing” states.
Hillary Clinton leads in North Carolina, and is within the margin of error in Georgia and Arizona in many polls.
Also, Utah looks in play with Mormon dislike of Trump, and the independent candidacy of Evan McMullin, in a very tight four person race with Trump, Hillary Clinton, and Gary Johnson.
Additionally, Missouri and Indiana have very small leads for Trump, with Clinton apparently gaining.
And even South Carolina and Texas have close leads for Trump, when for a Republican nominee, it should be an easy win.
And get this, even Alaska looks like it might give Hillary Clinton a chance to win that small populated state.
The odds, of course, are that Hillary Clinton will only win North Carolina, and likely Georgia and possibly Arizona.
But the idea of close races in six other states is mind boggling!