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AFter voting, is it what you expected?

Yes, pretty much. Huge change 76 8.85%
 
Yes 28 3.26%
 
Not really, thought he wo... 15 1.75%
 
not at all. 83 9.66%
 
You made your bed now sleep in it. 40 4.66%
 
other 3 0.35%
 
see results 51 5.94%
 
I did not vote for him, d... 31 3.61%
 
I did not vote for him, k... 223 25.96%
 
I did not vote/not an American 309 35.97%
 
Total:859

I can't say I'm entirely happy with Trump, although there are numerous I do like he has done.

You should only regret voting for Trump if you think Hillary would have been better. Those were our options, Hillary and Trump. We knew Hilary would have been bad, so we had to take a chance on Trump.



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Mr Puggsly said:
I can't say I'm entirely happy with Trump, although there are numerous I do like he has done.

You should only regret voting for Trump if you think Hillary would have been better. Those were our options, Hillary and Trump. We knew Hilary would have been bad, so we had to take a chance on Trump.

But didn't Hilary get more votes? So really the people didn't choose trump.

I'm not terribly up to speed on the electorial process in the USA though. But I assume people actually vote for electors, which can deviate from the peoples vote, certainly not the most elegant way to make democracy work, that's for sure.



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Pemalite said:
Mr Puggsly said:
I can't say I'm entirely happy with Trump, although there are numerous I do like he has done.

You should only regret voting for Trump if you think Hillary would have been better. Those were our options, Hillary and Trump. We knew Hilary would have been bad, so we had to take a chance on Trump.

But didn't Hilary get more votes? So really the people didn't choose trump.

I'm not terribly up to speed on the electorial process in the USA though. But I assume people actually vote for electors, which can deviate from the peoples vote, certainly not the most elegant way to make democracy work, that's for sure.

Half right.  We do vote for electors but for most part the electors did vote for who they was suppose to.  The way it work is each of the 50 states gets a certain number of electors base on the state population.  There some exceptions but for the most part who ever get the most votes in a state get all the electors vote in that state.

The way Hillary could win the popular vote but loose the election is in a lot of states Trump won by a small margin.  In a few states with huge popluation Clintion won by huge margins.  In most states winning by 1 vote or a million votes gets you the same amount of electoral votes.  This is how you get in a situration where you can win the popular vote but loose the election.

Funny enough the orginal intention of the founding fathers of the united states was acturally to give electoral voters more freedom to who they vote for to pervent someone to out of the establishment from winning.  That why they went with a electoral system rather then a popular vote.  In other words what allowed Trump to win was acturally design to pervent someone like him from winning.  It funny sometime how things like that work out.



Pemalite said:
Mr Puggsly said:
I can't say I'm entirely happy with Trump, although there are numerous I do like he has done.

You should only regret voting for Trump if you think Hillary would have been better. Those were our options, Hillary and Trump. We knew Hilary would have been bad, so we had to take a chance on Trump.

But didn't Hilary get more votes? So really the people didn't choose trump.

I'm not terribly up to speed on the electorial process in the USA though. But I assume people actually vote for electors, which can deviate from the peoples vote, certainly not the most elegant way to make democracy work, that's for sure.

Yes she got more votes, but we don't give all the power to a few highly populated states.

If we did then maybe it would be time to split up the country.



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At least out government is blocking him with almost everything he does so far. The bombing would probably have happened without him.

So when I see people panick with our environment and women's rights I do not break a sweat. No way he gets any of it passed or repealed.

But just because he tries is what makes him a douche. If he is successful even once it will be terrible.



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Cyran said:
Pemalite said:

But didn't Hilary get more votes? So really the people didn't choose trump.

I'm not terribly up to speed on the electorial process in the USA though. But I assume people actually vote for electors, which can deviate from the peoples vote, certainly not the most elegant way to make democracy work, that's for sure.

Half right.  We do vote for electors but for most part the electors did vote for who they was suppose to.  The way it work is each of the 50 states gets a certain number of electors base on the state population.  There some exceptions but for the most part who ever get the most votes in a state get all the electors vote in that state.

The way Hillary could win the popular vote but loose the election is in a lot of states Trump won by a small margin.  In a few states with huge popluation Clintion won by huge margins.  In most states winning by 1 vote or a million votes gets you the same amount of electoral votes.  This is how you get in a situration where you can win the popular vote but loose the election.

Funny enough the orginal intention of the founding fathers of the united states was acturally to give electoral voters more freedom to who they vote for to pervent someone to out of the establishment from winning.  That why they went with a electoral system rather then a popular vote.  In other words what allowed Trump to win was acturally design to pervent someone like him from winning.  It funny sometime how things like that work out.

Nice to know! Thanks allot.



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I regret not voting for him, does that count? I know your poll is extremely biased and doesn't show that option, but I figured I would mention it here.



Didn't vote for him and it's going as poorly as imagined. Trump is a child. He has severe narcissistic tendencies that cripple his ability to think critically. He has difficulty grasping how our government works. Even more alarming has been his admission that so many of the things he wanted to do have been harder than imagined. He's clearly mentally unstable, unknowledegeable about critical domestic and foreign policy issues, and doesn't understand how the world works. The sheer incompetence of his administration is appaling and even scarier when we see the possibility of traitorous Russian collusion.

I fear for the future of this country and world under him and this current generation of republicans. I don't think most Trump supporters will regret their choice anytime soon but I'm 100% sure history will look unfavorably on Trump and his supporters decision to elect him. Best case scenario, democrats win back congress and remove him from office or some moderate republicans grow some balls and do it before hand.



NewGuy said:
I regret not voting for him, does that count? I know your poll is extremely biased and doesn't show that option, but I figured I would mention it here.

Why would you regret not voting for him? He won anyway so you not voting for him never made any difference whatsoever...



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Ka-pi96 said:
NewGuy said:
I regret not voting for him, does that count? I know your poll is extremely biased and doesn't show that option, but I figured I would mention it here.

Why would you regret not voting for him? He won anyway so you not voting for him never made any difference whatsoever...

Your vote doesn't really make a difference anyways, it's more of on a personal level.