May 9, 2016 – The latest presidential election of the United States of America has been one of the world’s biggest un-popularity contests for nearly half of America’s voting population neither the Democrat representative Hilary Clinton nor Republican’s representative Donald Trump.
Based on a survey given to a thousand respondents and sets of interviews done, the results show a resounding ideological divide among the voters of America. This has been defined by Larry Sabato, director of University of Virginia’s Center of Politics, as “negative partisan” – a state when people are fearful of the opposing team to win causing them to vote the other party even if they actually don’t support the latter.
It can be observed that Trump had won the hearts of his supporters because of his manner of talking and bluntly giving out proposals such of the banning of the entrance of Muslims in America, forcing Mexico to pay for the border wall, and renegotiating with International deals. Meanwhile, the Former Secretary of State won the sympathy of many of her supporters because of her promise of continuity of the incumbent president’s policies.
But the results of the poll was quite alarming for 47 percent of Trump’s supporters said that they’d vote for him because they don’t want Clinton to win; while, 46 percent of Clinton’s supporters would vote for her because they can’t imagine Trump to run the country likewise. These statistics may still vary and subject to change upon the progress of each candidate with the upcoming months.