Quite a pair of maps this week from Nate Silver at fivethirtyeight.com:
[I]t seems fair to say that, if Trump loses the election, it will be because women voted against him. I took a look at how men and women split their votes four years ago, according to polls conducted in November 2012. On average, Mitt Romney led President Obama by 7 percentage points among men, about the same as Trump’s 5-point lead among men now. But Romney held his own among women, losing them by 8 points, whereas they’re going against Trump by 15 points.
If anyone has any guidance as to what those maps would look like in Massachusetts (which, let it be noted, is sensibly blue in both), I’d love to see it.