Yes, based on current poll numbers, I peg Clinton's likely margin of victory around 7. Double digits aren't out of the question, by any means. The pollsters seem to think that many heretofore unseen white people will be swamping the polls to vote for Trump, while some more pro-Clinton demographics stay home out of torpor. This far out, I guess it's a fair assumption, but not one I find the slightest bit compelling, nor does the polling data itself seem to support such a finding. Not with the kinds of margins we're seeing among minority voters in the polls, and the overall interest level in the election which, if the debate ratings are what they're saying they might be, could be extreme despite the relative unpopularity of the candidates. They know where every last one of the swing state Obama coalition is, and they have the resources to get them to the polls.