No, really. The other thread is way past 25 pages and was only supposed to be about the primaries, anyway. Time for a new one to take us to somebody's inauguration. Anyway, some people have put together odds for that other thing happening tomorrow. Here's a summary per NYT: NYT: 84% Clinton FiveThirtyEight: 69.8% Clinton Huffington Post: 98% Clinton PredictWise: 89% Clinton Princeton Election Consortium >99% Clinton Daily Kos 88% Clinton Cook Political Likely and stronger results give Clinton 278-214 with 46 tossup votes not mattering Rothenberg & Gonzales 323-197 with 18 tossup (Ohio) not mattering. 60 votes are considered "tilt/tossup" for Dems and 17 are the same for Republicans. UVA Center for Politics 322-216 with no tossups. Most places are expecting Clinton to win the popular vote by about 3%. Meanwhile, the impressively exact consensus on the Senate is that it's basically a tossup, and that the single most likely result is a 50-50 split broken by the VP. PredictWise seemed to be the only one tracking the House, and they expect (rather, betting markets expect) that the GOP will almost certainly retain a majority. We'll know for sure one way or the other in 24 and a bit hours. Probably.