Sun. Aug 14th, 2022

The presidential nomination races for the Republican and Democratic party started last year with nearly thirty total candidates–far more than the two that Americans must choose between in the general election. The process of whittling down each group of candidates has been a long and dirty competition, with front-runners becoming the drop-outs and small-state senators becoming the voice of a generation. Months later, the Republicans are down to three nominees–Trump, Cruz, and Kasich–and the Democrats to two–Clinton and Sanders. The following graphic is a representation of the candidates, their polls against each other inside of their own party, and their odds of winning against the opposing party.


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