It's been 545 days since the 2016 US Presidential Election, in which Donald Trump won the electoral vote 304 to 227, becoming president, while Hillary Clinton won the popular vote by 2.9 million. We want to know: if it was all happening again tomorrow, would you vote any differently?
With the mid-term elections coming up this November and the 2020 elections a mere 910 days away, we're curious to know if US voters are having any remorse or renewed enthusiasm with how they voted in the 2016 presidential election.
Did you vote for Trump, and are you pleased with his performance to the degree that you'd vote for him again? Or did you go Clinton but would consider voting for another candidate based on what you know now?
Has Trump's term in office to date made you regret voting for him in 2016? Or were you a Clinton supporter who wouldn't change a thing?
We're especially interested to hear from folks who didn't vote in 2016 but would if they had the chance now - what would you do?
Vote in the poll below and tell us more about your thoughts in the comment section.
Would you vote the same in the 2016 election or change your vote? Share your thoughts.