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Two truths are apparent as Americans go to the polls today to select their 45th president. The first is that the race is the most unpredictable of modern times. The second is that political commentators – full of confusion today, inevitably full of fresh conviction tomorrow – will have an authoritative analysis of the results shortly after the voting booths are packed away until the next election.

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