[Ed. – Be thankful there are no do-overs.]
Democrats have been trying to relitigate the 2016 presidential election ever since Donald Trump declared his victory in the early morning hours of November 9, 2016 — and according to a new poll, if they could hold a do-over right now, they might get their way.
The survey, conducted by Hill.TV and HarrisX polling, found that if the election were held again today, Clinton likely would at least win the popular vote by a wider margin than she did in 2016. 44 percent of those surveyed said they would vote for Clinton, while 36 percent said that they would vote for Trump.
A combined nine percent said they would vote for Libertarian Gary Johnson, the Green Party’s Jill Stein, or some other candidate — but when presented with a binary choice between Clinton and Trump, 50 percent said they’d vote Clinton and 41 percent would vote Trump.
When actual votes were cast on November 8, Clinton won the popular vote with a margin of just over two percent.