Nonetheless, here is a quick comparison of the actual election result (in terms of national popular vote shares for the two major party candidates) and the last polls from various pollsters as well as the last "predictions" made by various individuals and websites. The comparison is based in "gross errors" vis-a-vis the actual election result.*
As is evident the poll aggregates do quite well, with the exception of Huffington Post's Pollster, although all get the "outcome" (winner) right.
Among the pollsters the variation is greater, ranging from the very precise (PPP, IBD/TIPP) to the far off (Reuters, Zogby, Pew et al.). Most pollsters are within the statistical margin of error. Rasmussen, which did very well in the last two presidential elections, was mediocre this time, while Pew,
which was best in 2008, was worst in 2012.
* An error of 1 percent for one candidate and an error 2 percent for another candidate = an error of 3 pct.