One would have to see it to believe it.
[T]he odds do not appear to be in Trump's favor. A national Ipsos/Reuters poll last week gave his opponent, former Vice President Joe Biden, a whopping 13-point lead — the biggest gap between the two candidates so far. Battleground states are turning against the president, too — and there are signs he is losing his edge with elderly and evangelical voters.
Trump has outperformed expectations in the past, but as my colleague David Faris wrote last week, this time may be different. Trump himself has departed from his usual bravado in recent weeks to acknowledge that he could lose the election. And that was before this weekend's under-attended rally. In the past, even when polls have been bad, the president had his rally crowds. Not anymore, it seems.