I can't answer from a strictly remote viewing perspective, but this is how I look at it.
Essentially it's all about "probability".
At any given "time" (or space/time) the probably of a given outcome exists. From moment to moment that probability can fluctuate. Some events are almost "set in stone" i.e the fact that the "sun will rise in the morning" etc, others are inherently volatile for example if a person is wandering around a city trying to predict where they will be in five minutes, ten minutes etc.
So some elections will have near certain probabilities, whether that is accurately reflected in polls or not, and some won't, and it's not necessarily even a matter of how close the elections are.
I personally believe that there were likely millions of illegal votes counted one way or another whether it is through software that is creating an incorrect tally, or the creation of fake ballots, and that Donald Trump was a near certain winner.