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originally posted by: SprocketUK
Looking at the share in the vote, Trump was a long way behind Sanders and Clinton.
Does that reflect the relative makeup of NH being broadly more democrat or is it more an indicator of the individual popularity of each candidate?
Sorry if I'm asking you to state the obvious, but it's not exactly clear from the news here.
originally posted by: Jamesjamo
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originally posted by: ExNihiloRed
originally posted by: Kitana
a reply to: ExNihiloRed
Almost everyone I know wants Carson. I like him well myself, but he is too quiet and soft spoken and just isn't staying in the running. For me, that leaves Trump, and I like him, I think he would do very well as president. His platform would work out wonderfully I believe.
But we all must vote for who we think is best. This is what this is about after all, who best represents us!
Carson likely will drop out after his abysmal showing in NH.