Presidential Race Continues to Narrow – Whom Do You Support?

By on May 11, 2016 in Current Events with 299 Comments

Image of presidential candidates Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton

After the primary elections in Indiana, two more candidates dropped out of the presidential race on the Republican side leaving Donald Trump as the presumptive nominee.

On the Democratic side, Bernie Sanders has stayed in the race, although recent polls continue to show Hillary Clinton with a sizable lead on Sanders at the national level.

With November’s election looking increasingly like it will come down to Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton, who would be more likely to receive your vote at this point in the campaign for the next president?

The survey is now closed. You can see the results in this article: Reader Survey: Trump 53%, Clinton 32%

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