Donald Trump, the next US President: How did we get it so wrong?

On November 8, the US electorate voted for Donald Trump to be the next President of the United States. Whilst he did not win the popular vote he did secure 290 Electoral College votes, enough to secure him the White House. And with the Republican Party keeping control of the Senate and the House of Representatives, there is an opportunity for a Republican agenda both in domestic and foreign policy to be consecrated.

In the last event Matthew and Malcolm were pretty convinced that Clinton would win; what went wrong? Was it liberal bias, a blind faith in the rationality of humans that led them astray? What does Trump’s victory say about the battle for America’s identity? Is it too simple to say that there were enough angry voters to tip the polls?

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