Shows an aggregate graph of the current standings. Still a very close race. Trump has also had a fairly recent and sharp rise in the popular polls (possibly due to RNC, but pundits are likely better at analyzing the figures). Hillary still seem to lead in states with 202 vs 165 with 172 electoral votes undecided, if I'm reading the numbers correctly.
Be careful about the polls - especially with who the polls were directed towards. For all that was wrong with it, Romney was right last election with his '47%' statement in that there are people who will simply vote their party, even if the policies said party wants to implement will actually hurt them. (I can give an illustration with government assistance programs if desired.)
The key to election victory is not the diehards, the people who will vote their affiliation no matter what. The key to victory are the independents, the undecided, who can win the most of them. That was my argument for why the Democrats should nominate Bernie Sanders - he overwhelmingly had the support of the independents within the country, and all the polls showed that he would stomp Trump flat by double digits in a general election. I think it was on the CBS morning news where I saw that a poll was recently released that showed Trump had 40% from independents...as opposed to the 28% for Hillary. (And before you ask, no, this was not a while ago, this was just a few days before the RNC.)
My IRL friends have been pressuring me to vote for Clinton, despite the fact that I told them that it would take the Devil himself running in an election to get me to vote for her. That's not to say I'm planning on voting Trump; Trump is terrible, too, just a different kind of terrible. My current plan is to vote for Jill Stein in the upcoming presidential, and then as far as Congressional elections go, for the races I've looked into so far, I'm planning on voting Democrat.
But oh no. I have to vote
for Hillary, because while they were willing to admit that they could never really nail down Trump on a position, now
he's got that eeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeevil
Mike Pence standing over his shoulder, whispering into his ear a la the Emperor, and Pence is definitely
going to use his possible position as VP to make sure that America goes back to the 50s and that they stack SCOTUS with a bunch of Scalia clones...
...yes. Because stacking SCOTUS with a bunch of Republican-nominated
justices is bad, but stacking it with Democrat-nominated
justices is good! Never mind the fact that some of the most progressive SCOTUS justices in history were nominated by Republicans...