Goldman Sachs’ 10 Most Important Questions On The Election

Secretary Clinton continues to hold the lead in public opinion polling at the national level and in the key states she will need to win in order to reach 270 votes in the Electoral College. However, in both cases the polls have tightened over the last few weeks, suggesting a competitive race for the White House. These are the ten biggest questions Goldman Sachs’ clients have with regard the election…
1. Who’s in the lead?
Secretary Clinton continues to appear to have an advantage, but the race has tightened considerably over the last few weeks. Despite this, the public continues to expect a Clinton White House in 2017, with prediction markets assigning around a 65% probability to that outcome (Exhibit 1).

This post was published at Zero Hedge on Sep 24, 2016.