For some, the idea of another discussion about "skewed" polls is a waste of time.
But for a lot of Trump supporters, they are adamant that the news media is intentionally skewing the polls in favor of Hillary Clinton.
If we go back to 2012, just take a look at where the polling averages were four years ago as shown by Real Clear Politics, when the national polls near the end showed President Obama with less than a one percentage point lead on Mitt Romney.
The final results gave Obama an almost four point win.
Let's review a few numbers from the 2012 election - in some states, the polls were basically right, but in others, the averages were definitely off:
Michigan - averages had Obama +4; actual result was Obama +9.5%
New Jersey - averages had Obama +11.8%; result was Obama +17.7%
Virginia - averages had Obama +0.3%; result was Obama +3.9%
Florida - averages had Romney +1.5%; result was Obama +0.9%
Nevada - averages had Obama +2.8%; result was Obama +6.7%
New Hampshire - averages had Obama +2%; result was Obama +5.6%
North Carolina - averages had Romney +3; result was Romney +2%
Georgia - averages had Romney +10%; result was Romney +7.8%
Colorado - averages had Obama +1.5%; result was Obama +5.4%
Iowa - averages had Obama +2.4%; result was Obama +5.8%
Ohio - averages had Obama +2.9%; result was Obama +3%
As you can see, sometimes the polls were dead on - like in Ohio; but in other key states, the poll averages were not close, like Colorado, New Hampshire, Nevada, Virginia and Florida.
So - back to 2016 again - where are we right now? The poll averages for the most part show an edge to Hillary Clinton:
"Don't let the media fool you. Trump is winning all over," one of my readers told me on Facebook.
Are the polls skewed? Tell me why, or why not.