Here's how we blew it and what we're doing to prevent a repeat.
But we're four days out, and things are looking good for the Democratic nominee.
Plenty of people seem ready to freak out, but the race remains as it was.
Hillary Clinton still has a strong advantage in the Electoral College, but her supporters need to vote if she's going to win.
The GOP nominee's numbers haven't dropped much in the past week, but he was already losing.
Voters are solidifying their choices, not changing sides.
Democrats have a 78 percent chance of getting 50-plus seats in November, the HuffPost Senate model shows.
He got the nomination, but election forecasts indicate he has a lot of work to do.
Differences Between Registered And Likely Voter Polls Didn't Affect Fall Trends In 2014 Senate Forecast
The wide difference in Virginia, compared to the average difference of 0.7 percent among all competitive states, demonstrates
We might pick up a few very late polls this election morning, but even so, it is well and truly time to list some forecasts. The model confidently predicts that Obama wins the election, with the probability of 270 Electoral College votes or more now up to 91.4 percent.