So in the last two hours, Clinton's chances have improved by a full 1%. At this rate, she'll break through 100 by Monday. That's how it works, right? In all seriousness, if I thought panic were an appropriate or productive response to polls, then now would be the time. Nervousness is probably more accurate. I don't understand how Sam Wang's 97% prediction is at all intellectually honest. He's like the Karl Rove of 2016. The interesting thing has been that Clinton's vote hasn't really dropped - Trump's has just gone up. That indicates that the support that has resulted in polls tightening around traditional Republicans biting the bullet, having been reluctant up to now to express support for Trump. We're not talking now in patronising terms about poor benighted rural folk who just can't be expected to know any better than to make an objectively immoral choice, but about people who recognise the moral hazard that Trump represents, but who nonetheless are willing to vote for him before he has an R next to his name. I hope that's remembered when the inevitable post-election moral reckoning is conducted.