Ah, understood. So you disagree with the no toss ups map. Fair enough.
Yes. I actually suspect that all these Electoral Maps based on this poll or that poll will look pretty silly come Election Night, rendering the validity of Polls more useless than ever. I think that will hold true regardless of who energes the winner.
An example of how polls can be lacking in accuracy:
Rasmussen admits that their own polling methodology is to robocall and to only call land lines. So people who don't answer phone numbers they don't recognize, hang up on robots (because it's annoying and might be construed to be an illegal telemarketing robocall), and/or don't use or answer land line phones aren't included in the polling except via a some sort of online survey tool. And we all know the likely age demographic of most of those people who are missed in Rasmussen's sample: younger, more liberal voters. Maybe the polling companies can figure out how to do polls via text. :-)http://www.rasmussenreports.com/public_content/about_us/methodology
That said, I'm sure we can find problems with all polls, not just Rasmussen.