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Question: Who did Don Draper vote for?
Hillary Clinton   -3 (13%)
Bernie Sanders   -0 (0%)
Donald Trump   -6 (26.1%)
Ted Cruz   -1 (4.3%)
Jon Kasich   -13 (56.5%)
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« Reply #325 on: July 13, 2016, 10:18:14 pm »
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Love thy Neighour

Eddie: UKIP (Labour-turned BNP, around 05, turned UKIP), though wouldn't be surprised if he still votes labour due to legacy and his affiliation to unions.

Joan: Labour
Bill: Tory
Barbie: Lib Dems, though more of the tory kind
Jacko: Labour
Arthur: Labour
Nobby: Labour
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« Reply #326 on: July 15, 2016, 05:52:11 am »
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My take on the fresh prince of bel-air

Will: Sanders
Phillip Banks: Clinton (Republican turned voting democrat after Obama.)
Viv Banks: Clinton
Carlton: Cruz
Hillary: Clinton
Ashley: Sanders
Jazz: Sanders
Vy Smith: Clinton

Geoffry: Labour (Considers himself to be of the working class.)


Been a while since I was in a hotel and unable to find any other TV shows playing besides Fresh Prince at 11:30 AM on a Saturday morning, but... Wasn't Carlton some smarmy nerdy f#ck? Makes more sense to have him go Kasich or *shudder* Rubio. That said, this is the California primary, so one could see a scenario where he's part of some last ditch #NeverTrump bullsh#t and votes Cruz, but that seems like the only viable way of doing that.
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« Reply #327 on: July 16, 2016, 08:59:53 am »
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The Graduate-
Mrs. Robinson- Clinton
Benjamin Braddock- Sanders in primary, torn between Clinton/Stein/not voting in general
Mr. Robinson- Trump
Elaine- Sanders in primary, torn between Clinton/Stein/not voting in general, maybe slightly more pro-Clinton than Benjamin
Mr. Braddock- Trump
Mrs. Braddock- Seemed disengaged, so possibly a non-voter, but if she did likely would have voted for whoever her husband was


Here's an idea. Obviously all the West Wing main characters are partisan Democrats, but also ideologically pure saints, so which of the two would they support?

Everyone on The West Wing would support Clinton. The lower level people who might not have in theory (Donna, Charlie) were way too ideologically moderate to vote Sanders.

Gloria: Clinton  (A Woman, feminist, liberal but not that much, seems like it.)
Micheal: Sanders (Male, Egotistical, hippie, has anti-woman prejudices, will make anti-Hillary slurs, vote for green and never for Hillary.)

 Michael would have hated Trump so much that he would vote for Clinton in the end just to stop him. It's not like Carter was a huge leftist and he voted for him.
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« Reply #328 on: July 24, 2016, 09:52:05 am »
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I just started It's Always Sunny in Philadelphia:

Mac: Trump (Cruz in primary?)
Dee: Clinton (Sanders in primary)
Frank: Trump (primary and general)
Charlie: Abstain (Sanders in primary because it seemed cool to him?)
Dennis: Probably has never voted in his life
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« Reply #329 on: July 24, 2016, 11:01:30 am »
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Let's do The Simpsons again.

Homer - White working-class male with a populist streak, somewhat homophobic and known to be quite a militant unionist when he wants to be. But has also taken a liberal streak on illegal immigrants. On balance, Trump.
Marge - Mainstream female Democrat would vote for the mainstream female Democrat. Would have supported her in the primaries too.
Bart - Likes cool things, so Sanders in the primaries. Hates authority, so wouldn't vote for either main party candidate. Probably Johnson.
Lisa - Environmentalist, feminist and SJW long before the term was coined. Lean Sanders in the primaries, reluctant Hillary supporter in the general to keep out Trump.
Abe - Thought he got money for doing nothing at all because the Democrats were in power again. Also blamed them for not being able to see his grandson. War veteran with a nostalgic streak. Clearly Trump...as long as he promises to make Matlock run on every TV network 24/7.
Mr. Burns - Republican in the Romney mould. Probably not keen on Trump's immigration stance, as he employs Mexicans himself. Would probably follow the Bushes in voting for Johnson.
Mr. Smithers - Known to lie about his political stances to please Mr. Burns. Would do so again by voting for Hillary, despite telling Burns that he'd vote for Johnson.
Moe - Secretly an illegal immigrant and possibly transgender. He'd be very vocal to the regulars at the bar about the need for a Trump presidency, but in the privacy of the polling booth he'd vote for Hillary.

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« Reply #330 on: Today at 03:19:19 am »
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The Office

Michael Scott: Consider him to be a moderate. He always acts quite clumsy when it comes to minorities or different sexual orientations, so he propably grew up in a conservative household, and he always tries to prove that he is not a racist. Backed Bush or Kasich in the republican primaries and votes for Johnson or Hillary in the general election.

Dwight Schrute: Classical country boy, stucked in the middle of the 19th century. Santorum/Cruz/Trump in the primaries, Trump in the general election.

Jim Helpert: Guess he'd back Bernie in the primaries and votes for Hillary in the general election.

Pam Helpert: Hillary supporter.

Stanley: Doesn't vote because he doesn't care.

Angela
: Either a strong Trump/Cruz supporter or she votes for a strange archconservative third-party.

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Leslie Knope: Considers herself as a feminist. Obviously an enthusiastic Hillary supporter.

Ron Swanson: Johnson.

Tom Haverford: Either he doesn't vote because he's to cool or he's #BernieOrBurst.

April Ludgate: Doesn't vote.

Jerry: He's a conservative. I guess he backed Bush in early 2015 and switches to Cruz since Jeb sunk into obscurity. He might have voted for Cruz in die Indiana primary, but supports Trump in the general election.

Ben Wyatt
: Kasich in the primaries, Hillary or Johnson in the general election.



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