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POPULARITY CONTEST: If Vote Were Held Today, Would Trump Or Clinton Win The POPULAR Vote?

THIS poll is going to stir the pot. Enjoy!

In the last election, he won the election, but Hillary took the popular vote.

Time has passed. What are people saying now that the dust has settled, and the sky hasn’t fallen like News Anchors said it would?

As his first 100 days wind down, Washington Post and ABC News conducted a poll.

…96% of Trump supporters say that they would vote for him again. Moreover, the poll indicates that Trump could win the popular vote if the 2016 electorate were to vote a second time.

…But it is with his own supporters that Trump is strongest:

As noted, this poll finds no evidence of buyer’s remorse among Trump supporters. Among those who report having voted for him in November, 96 percent today say it was the right thing to do; a mere 2 percent regret it. And if a rerun of the election were held today, the poll indicates even the possibility of a Trump victory in the popular vote among 2016 voters.

Trump might win a second version of the 2016 election because while 96% of Trump supporters would vote for him again, only 85% of Hillary Clinton voters say they would do so, “producing a 40-43 percent Clinton-Trump result in this hypothetical re-do among self-reported 2016 voters,” the poll says. Other former Clinton voters would support a third party instead.

The poll was conducted by land and cellular phone among 1,004 adults, with a margin of error of 3.5%. —Breitbart

If you’re reading this page, you’re unlikely to be a Clinton die-hard. But let’s ask ClashNation, their other question what do YOU think of Trump’s first hundred (or so) days?

Feel free to elaborate and debate your reasons in the comment section.

Share if this result paints a different picture from what the ‘news’ presents.

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