2016 Elections

Silent Vote Won’t Carry Trump to White House

Some may not acknowledge their support to pollsters, but not enough for him to win.

They're not hiding.

Photographer: Suzanne Cordeiro/AFP/Getty Images

There is talk among Republicans, and some trepidation among Democrats, that Donald Trump could benefit from a silent vote. Although these voters aren't captured by polls, the privacy of a voting booth or a mail-in ballot will allow them to vent their anger and resentments.

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