From Niall Stanage writing at The Hill:
One hundred days from now, either Hillary Clinton or Donald Trump will be elected president.
In such a volatile political year, the outcome is anyone’s guess.
Clinton and Trump are hampered by the worst favorability ratings for nominees in modern times, though both have committed, fervent supporters.
The electoral map and the shifting demographics of the United States appear to favor Clinton, particularly because Trump is struggling mightily to attract support from minority voters.
But a nation hungry for change could rally to Trump, the consummate outsider. A Pew Research Center poll last month found that 71 percent of adults are dissatisfied with the way things are going in the nation.
Read the rest of the story at The Hill.