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It's nearly over. Salvation or damnation is nigh, but at least it's an answer.
What's felt like two years of indecision since the election rumbled into sight, are nearly at an end.
As millions of Americans cast their votes, the most significant poll of all was conducted by Morning Consult and Politico.
America Elects (the temporary make-over for @BritainElects) shared this poll regarding American's feelings towards the 2016 presidential election.
The runaway winner among Democrats and Republicans 'Just want it to be over'.
Regarding the election, 85% of Americans 'just want it to be over'.
(via Morning Consult) https://t.co/yMveTbDpKH — Britain Elects (@Britain Elects)
Preach it America. Sing it to us.
Only 25 per cent of the respondents said they felt 'happy' about the election, and more than half replied that were 'angry', 'nervous' and/or 'anxious'.
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