Why are traditionally-red states moving toward Hillary Clinton in the polls? 

For instance in Georgia, Clinton now trails Donald Trump by just two points, while Texas and Utah are no longer considered locks for Donald Trump. 

And in Arizona, the polling average actually favors Clinton slightly and the campaign just sent Michelle Obama to campaign there.

Kristin Tate, author of "Government Gone Wild," discussed the polling trends with Harris Faulkner, arguing that many Trump voters may not be agreeing to be polled. 

"I think there's a lot of support for Trump under the surface that the media doesn't always talk about," said Tate, adding that it's too early to say this election is "in the bag" for Clinton. 

Tate said a big factor is going to be voter turnout and she believes that enthusiasm gap could favor Trump. 

"Hillary's biggest foe in this election is apathy," said Tate, concluding that many millennial Bernie Sanders supporters might support Clinton, but may not be as likely to show up to vote as Trump's supporters.

Watch the full discussion above.

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