With 88 days to Election Day, Hillary Clinton has an eight-point lead, on average, in national polls.
But the election is not decided by the popular vote -- it's about winning enough states to get 270 electoral votes.
And there, if the election were held today, Clinton would have a massive advantage. Most states are either reliably Republican or reliably Democratic.
CBS News' director of elections Anthony Salvanto joins "CBS Evening News" anchor Scott Pelley to discuss the 11 states that could go either way this election.
More on the battle for battleground states, watch the video above.