A little late on this but pretty much everyone claiming National polls in 2016 were "wrong", is spinning. National Polls can only measure the popular vote. Those National polls had Hillary ahead by 3%. She got 3% more actual votes. The Electoral College went to Trump by a margin of 70,000 actual votes. The problem was TV Pundits interpreting those polls. In any case, I'd be a bit worried if I were Trump. Right Wing Media demonized Hillary for 30 years. She was probably the least popular politician in recent memory, and Trump only beat her by 70,000 votes. I've been to football games with more people. I dunno who the Dems are running in 2020, but I'm pretty sure they will be able to close a 70,000 vote gap. And it doesn't really look like Trump has gained new supporters. As for this year, all available indications are that the Dems are taking the House. It looks like the GOP will retain control of the Senate, but there's a slim possibility it goes to the Dems. In any case, it will be nice when the House begins to provide some oversight on this.... "unconventional" Administration.