. . . maybe.
In other words, same-old, same-old.
Best news for Donald John Trump is that . . .
. . . it's now a one-point race in Real Clear Politics, "General Election: Trump vs. Clinton."
Hillary Diane Rodham Clinton still leads 46-45, but she has lost one point since yesterday. Momentum favors Mr. Trump, who is up four points since mid-October. She is down three over the same period.
Worst news for Mr. Trump is that Ms. Clinton's once-narrow lead in the Electoral College -- as measured by RCP's "No Toss Up States" -- has grown. Since our last check, Mr. Trump has picked up New Hampshire (4) and Maine Congressional Distirct 2 (1). But Ms. Clinton pulled Florida (29) back into her column. This is a net gain of 24 for Ms. Clinton, giving her a 297-241 advantage.
Two hundred seventy are needed to win the presidency.
This means Mr. Trump must defend Ohio (18), North Carolina (15), Arizona (11), Nevada (6), Iowa (6), New Hampshire (4), and Maine Congressional District 2 (1).
Then he must pick up 29 from these five toss-up states: Florida (29) . . .
STOP THE PRESSES!
If Mr. Trump can recover Florida and hold every other state assigned to him by RCP, he's in.
If not Florida, he must cobble together 29 from Pennsylvania (20), Virginia (13), Colorado (9), and Maine (2).
Them's the numbers. Make of them what you will.