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Former pitcher and potential U.S. Senate candidate Curt Schilling said today that he doesn't buy into Hillary Clinton's significant lead in the polls. 

Schilling, who said he plans to run for Senate against Elizabeth Warren (D-MA) in 2018, told Neil Cavuto that the support for Donald Trump is being "intentionally under-represented."

"The world that I'm out in is not reflective of what the polls are saying. ... I think you're gonna see what amounts to a political revolution on [November] 8th," he said, arguing that the media is "dead-set" against Trump.

The three-time World Series champion believes there are "enormous" numbers of Trump supporters who are not being polled or are not identifying themselves as Trump supporters to pollsters.

He claimed that polling organizations are over-sampling Democrats and faulted the media for focusing on Trump's scandals involving women far more than the WikiLeaks emails.

The Real Clear Politics average shows Clinton with a six-point lead on Trump, while Nate Silver's forecast gives Clinton an 84-87 percent chance of victory.

Watch the full interview above and let us know your thoughts: do you think the polls will turn out to be wrong?

Tune in for the final presidential debate, moderated by Fox News anchor Chris Wallace, tonight at 9:00 ET.


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