Less than a week out from election day and the lag effect of the fallout from HRC's email scandal (which may or may not be) is showing through in yesterday's poll numbers.
First with fivethirtyeight.com which has Clinton at a 68.8% chance of victory ... that's, down from 85% when the story first broke. Next the Real Clear Politics (RCP) poll numbers ....
IBD/TIPP Tracking ... statistical tie
LA Times/USC Tracking ... Trump +6
ABC/Washington Post Tracking ... statistical tie
Rasmusson Reports ... statistical tie
Economist/YouGov ... Clinton +3
I think 538 more accurately reflects reality. It incorporates the Electoral College vote which decides the election while RCP reflects the popular vote.
Two further points ... if Julian Assange is to be believed there is going to be a further dump of Clinton e-mails by Wikileaks. Second, my understanding is that by election day upwards of half of those going to vote will have already exercised that right. How that plays out is a moot.