The 2016 election is heating up, and many people are wondering who will win it? The chances are you too are wondering. With that said, let’s take a look at who will likely win the 2016 election in this Democracy (technically a Democratic-Republic).
As of now, the primaries are still going on, and so far Hillary Clinton is the front-runner for the Democrats while Donald Trump is the front-runner for the Republicans. It looks like it will be Trump and Clinton running against each other unless Bernie Sanders or Ted Cruz can clutch the nomination. For Cruz to get the nomination and for Sanders to get it, they have long roads ahead of them.
If the 2016 election consists of Trump and Clinton, then it’s hard to predict who will win. Some polls have said Trump will beat Clinton while others polls say the opposite while some polls don’t give a clear picture at all. There is no doubting the popularity of Trump, but if he were to beat Clinton, then he would need to convince independents to vote for him because the chances are Independents may decide the election once again.
However, there is a very real possibility Clinton could dominate the election due to her experience and sheer popularity, as well as the support of her husband, former President Bill Clinton. As of now, it looks like if Clinton were to run against Trump, she would have the lead and she stands a good chance at becoming president, which means she could very well become the first woman president of the United States. Also, both Trump and Clinton have not been focusing a lot of their attention on one another, due to the fact they are still trying to get the nomination, but once they do turn their attention to each other, more polls may end up revealing who stands the better chance of becoming president.
As previously mentioned, it’s hard to say who will win. For now, the candidates have to worry about getting the nomination. However, in a few months, the picture of who will win should become much clearer.
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