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Who do you think honestly has a better chance of winning the presidential electi

  1. GreenEyes1607 profile image95
    GreenEyes1607posted 17 months ago

    Who do you think honestly has a better chance of winning the presidential election:Trump or Clinton?


  2. lions44 profile image98
    lions44posted 17 months ago

    HRC will wake up on election day with about 230-240 electoral votes already.  She only has to get 2 swing states to win the Presidency.  Trump probably needs 6 of the 8 swing states. He might get Ohio now. But he would still need Florida and Pennsylvania.  Granted they are all within the margin of error, but these states lean Dem.  We might lose the Senate seat in PA as well.  The math is not on Trump's side.   

    Pence's hardcore anti-abortion stance during the debate certainly didn't swing any female voters our way.  It's Clinton's to lose.

  3. tamarawilhite profile image91
    tamarawilhiteposted 17 months ago

    Trump. They are tied now, and due to liberal hate mobs online and in person actually attacking conservatives, there are several percent of the electorate saying they are undecided or third party supporters who actually support Trump.
    For evidence, look at how Scott Adams of Dilbert fame was shadowbanned on Twitter, had speaking engagements cancelled and received death threats for endorsing Trump.

  4. junko profile image78
    junkoposted 17 months ago

    I think Hillary will win the White House but the Republicans will win the Senate and House Majorities . They would like to win the White House also but, The President of the United States has been shown be the weakest and powerless of the three branches of Government. The House and Senate ran the Government and developed "Governmentlessness". during the Obama Presidency. Hillary will face the same Dis The first Black President faced for two terms. Being The first Woman President will not stop hate so she will need some down ballot help. If she don't get that help she will get done only what the GOP wants done and how they want it done.

    1. tamarawilhite profile image91
      tamarawilhiteposted 17 months agoin reply to this

      Given how large the administrative state is, such as Obama ignoring immigration law and environmental law and acting through changing interpretation of regs, the President IS more powerful now.

    2. junko profile image78
      junkoposted 17 months agoin reply to this

      Tamara the young millennial asked for honest opinions on who do you think will win. You gave yours CJ chimed and so did I. Let's not argue Conservative vs Liberal since she seek, understanding. Tell her what & why .let's not be confusing respect

  5. beagrie profile image98
    beagrieposted 17 months ago

    I honestly don't know. There seems to be little in the way of real world problems driving this issue. You have a parody of the right wing vs a parody of the left wing, and it seems a lot of the biggest voices for either side are just batting for their team, meanwhile most normal people are left going, "I'd rather we had different candidates but I guess I'll vote for X"

    I think it could go either way.

  6. gmwilliams profile image85
    gmwilliamsposted 17 months ago


    In all impartially & factually, Clinton is going to be our next president.  The odds are in her favor.  Polls have shown that Clinton is ahead of Trump. Many key & prominent people, including staunch Republicans, are behind Clinton.  Clinton is also an experienced political insider who is quite cognizant of the political machinations.  Clinton also had a teacher- her husband, former president Bill Clinton.  Clinton has the backing of many Blacks, Latinos, & especially women who view her as a breath of fresh air.

    Trump is behind in the polls.  Also many Republicans have distanced themselves from him.  He has gained enemies among many Republicans.  He borders on demagoguery & to the lowest common denominator.  He is also associated with Caucasian nationalists & supremacists which doesn't bode well politically.  With his jingoistic stance, he has turned off many Blacks, Latinos, & women.