Posted on 11/7/2016 12:53:20 PM
With hardly 3 days to go, everyone is curious, who will be the next President of the United States? The final showdown will happen on November 8, with Donald Trump representing the Republican Party whereas former First Lady, Hilary Clinton is the candidate from the Democratic Party.
WTPOTUS conducted a short survey to find out what questions were on everyone’s mind. Here are the ‘Top 5 Trending Questions for Donald Trump;”
Q1. Which Celebrities are Supporting Donald Trump?
There are several celebs who are Republican Party supporters, they include, Willie Robertson, Sarah Palin, Phil Robertson, Charlie Sheen, Dennis Rodman, Kid Rock, Azealia Banks, Mike Tyson, Donnie Wahlberg, Gary Busey, Loretta Lynn, Mark Teixeira, Hulk Logan, Ted Nugent, Tim Allen, Vince Vaughn, Wayne Newton, Scott Baio, even Chuck Norris.
Other names include Billy O’Reilly, Chris Christie, Tila Tequila, Lou Ferrigno, Arnold Schwarzenegger, Bruce Wills, Sylvester Stallone, Clint Eastwood, Jessica Simpson, Jon Voight, Curt Schilling, Victoria Jackson, Nicki Minhaj, Lindsay Lohan, Hilary Duff, Cindy Crawford, Dwayne Johnson, Jackie Robinson, Lara Flynn Boyle, and many more.
Q2. How many electoral votes does Trump have?
According to Vox, Donald Trump is the underdog in Tuesday’s presidential election. But he still has a shot of winning, at least if you believe the Five-Thirty-Eight forecast. So what would his path to Electoral College victory look like?
Essentially, the likeliest way Trump can top 270 electoral votes appears to be by:
1) Holding the lean Trump swing states of Iowa, Ohio, and Arizona
2) Winning the toss-up states of Florida and North Carolina
3) Winning either one more big state like Pennsylvania or Michigan, or multiple smaller remaining contests.
Q3. Who will win the election, Clinton or Trump?
Stick around to WTPOTUS to find out on Election Day, November 8.
Q4. Why is Trump gaining in the polls?
Ever since Hilary Clinton’s email controversy has raised again, Trump supports have been backing their candidate. Less than a week ago he was more than 7-point behind Clinton, whereas now, the margin is or hardly 1-point between the two. The controversy roe again after WikiLeaks dispatched another batch of emails that were deleted by Clinton by a local unprotected server.
Q5. Who is voting for Trump?
Those who support Republican Party views and policies. You can find out what they are by clicking here, and here.