With the economy rolling, a top analytics firm thinks there will be a second term for President Trump in our future.
Moody's picks Trump to get anywhere from 289 to more than 350 Electoral College votes. Moody's has been wrong exactly once since 1980. Lone Star College economist Hank Lewis says if it ain't broke, don't fix it.
"There's a reluctance to change who is in charge unless there's something especially egregious, or unless a dark horse, charismatic challenger comes out of the woodwork," Lewis explained.
And Lewis doesn't see anyone from the left doing anything to change the landscape, either.
"It's going to depend on who the Democratic challenger is, or if there is a Republican challenger to upset the apple cart like Bill Weld," Lewis said.
Moody's got one election wrong in the last 38 years. And that was when Trump beat Hillary Clinton in 2016.