With less than a dozen hours before the first 2016 Presidential Debate, Donald J. Trump and Hillary Rodham Clinton are virtually tied in some of the latest polls. Two polls show them dead even in the states of Pennsylvania and Colorado, states once thought as ′firewalls′ for Hillary Clinton. In Virginia, another state once thought solidly supporting Hillary, Donald Trump has slashed her lead in half from 12 to 6 points. Trump continues to gain ground in genuine ′swing states′ like Florida, Ohio, Nevada and North Carolina. Nationwide, some polls have Trump well out in front by 5 points or more. Meanwhile, Hillary Clinton is losing support from Millennial voters, going from a 29-point advantage down to just 10 points.