Now, THIS concerns me.
Just one point separates Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump in two states that are critical to both candidates' chances of becoming president, according to new CNN/ORC polls in Pennsylvania and Colorado.
In Colorado, likely voters break 42% for Trump, 41% for Clinton, 13% for Libertarian Gary Johnson and 3% for Green Party candidate Jill Stein.
Pennsylvania's likely voters split 45% for Clinton, 44% for Trump, 6% for Johnson and 3% for Stein. Those divides are well within each poll's 3.5-point margin of sampling error.
Colorado and Pennsylvania have been considered fairly solid for Clinton.
Super-stats guy Nate Silver has dropped Hillary's current chances to 52%:
And RealClearPolitics "No Toss Up" map shows Hillary winning the electoral college with only 272 votes. No one wanted to see this get this close.