Monday, May 23, 2016
In January, as the first ballots were being cast in the 2016 presidential race, we brought a group of voters together to discuss the election. Voter anger seemed paramount at the time, and that has clearly resulted in Donald Trump's apparent success at winning the Republican nomination, and in the challenges to Democratic front-runner Hillary Clinton. This week, we ask voters back to see where they stand now. We start with a group of Republicans and a conservative-leaning independent voter.