November 7: One day to go
Clinton is still in the lead, but Trump has narrowed the gap from over the weekend.
November 6: Clinton maintains lead
In addition to this RealClearPolitics map above, Hillary Clinton holds a five-point lead in an ABC/Washington Post poll.
November 4: Clinton maintains her small lead nationwide
With days to go, Donald Trump is closing the gap in both national polls and in battleground states where Clinton once held a clear advantage.
November 3: Trump catches up to Clinton in New Hampshire
Trump is gaining ground in the state that gave him first primary victory. A WBUR-FM poll released Thursday has Trump leading Clinton 40 to 39 percent among likely New Hampshire voters. That same poll had Clinton beating Trump by 3 percentage points in mid-October.Trump, who will hold his final rally before Election Day in Manchester, New Hampshire, has visited the state nine times.
Do the email revelations matter?
A New York Times/CBS News poll released Thursday found most voters say they already made their minds up and that late in the game revelations, such as the FBI's review of new Clinton emails, don't make a major difference in their decision-making.
More than 22 million Americans have already cast their ballots.
November 2: National polls have Trump and Clinton in a dead heat
The Washington Post-ABC News poll finds the candidates tied at 46 percent when including third-party candidates. That same poll a week ago had Trump trailing Clinton by 12 points.
The RealClearPolitics four-way polling average also shows the race tightening. The Democratic nominee leads Trump by an average of 2.2 points, down from a 7-point advantage two weeks ago.
Clinton sees a chance to win in Arizona
Both candidates are making last ditch efforts to expand the electoral map -- Clinton in reliably red Arizona and Trump in Democratic strongholds like New Mexico and Michigan.
On Wednesday Clinton will visit Arizona for the first time since winning the Democratic nomination. Recent polling shows a close race there. The RealClearPolitics polling average has Trump up by just 2.4 percent.
No Republican has won Michigan since like Reagan, and I say, I love Michigan and I see numbers and I'm up.
Are Michigan and New Mexico up for grabs?
Trump is using part of his $25 million ad buy in New Mexico and Michigan, a move the campaign called an acknowledgement it is "surging" in those states. Recent polling, however, doesn't suggest either of those states are in play.
Trump is all over the map
Trump is spending the final days of the campaign hammering Clinton on the news that health insurance under the Affordable Care Act will spike next year, as well as FBI's announcement that is reviewing emails related to Hillary Clinton.
This week alone the Republican nominee has made stops in Michigan, Pennsylvania and Wisconsin -- states that voted for Democrats in 2008 and 2012 and are leaning toward Clinton in 2016.