JackTimons asked: 08/15/2016
Could Mexico ever surpass USA
Yeh Bah no
Yeh Bah no
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Yeh Bah no
18% 82%
37 Votes
18% 82%
Gender
MF
13% 22 small pie chart
23% 13 small pie chart
Age
<2121-40>40 0%6%29%
0% 1 small pie chart
6% 15 small pie chart
29% 17 small pie chart
Income
<50k50-100k>100k 0%25%25%
0% 10 small pie chart
25% 8 small pie chart
25% 12 small pie chart
Party
DemocratRepublicanIndependentLibertarian 33%7%25%0%
33% 9 small pie chart
7% 13 small pie chart
25% 8 small pie chart
0% 3 small pie chart
Alaska (0 votes)
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Alaska
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California
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Colorado
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Connecticut
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Delaware
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Florida
(4 votes)
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Georgia
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Guam
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Iowa
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Nebraska
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N. Hampshire
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New Jersey
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New York
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Ohio
(2 votes)
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Oregon
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Penn.
(1 votes)
100%
Puerto Rico
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Texas
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Vermont
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100%
Washington
(0 votes)
100%
Wisconsin
(0 votes)
100%
W. Virginia
(0 votes)
100%
Wyoming
(0 votes)
100%
Last updated: 2021-10-23T15:54:39+00:00