Hillary Clinton seems unable to appeal to younger more socialist liberals, and now increasingly minorities are also becoming fed up with her as well. Some conservatives don't support Trump, but there is no populist movement in the Republican ranks equivalent to Bernie Sanders' supporters or the "Black Lives Matter" movement. I suspect that if defeated in this election the Democrats will fracture and be replaced by a new left-wing party which is less divided.
Most Helpful Girl
Replace the word "Democrat" with "Republican" and your statement is true.2
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At this moment I can see the Republican party splitting first but as you say depends who wins the election. I think the two party system in America is just too broad anyway, with so many wings in each party. Just going by CNN polls I saw last night they had party unity (voting for candidate) at Democrats 90% and Republican 78% (Before the Khan incident so the republican figure could take another hit)1