That they were off the mark when he was pitched against Hilary Clinton four years ago cannot be denied. But then, those polls had shown Trump trailing only slightly in the presidential election. Eventually, he won thanks to razor-thin victories in some crucial swing States besting Clinton, who lost despite being marginally ahead on the popular vote. This time round, the polls, almost unanimously, reveal a huge gap between challenger Joe Biden and Trump. With the former enjoying an average lead of around 8 per cent, and hints that even a traditionally Red State may go Biden’s way, is the presidential election already done and dusted?