Why white women that are married very likely to vote for conservative events

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The polls had been incorrect within the final United States and Australian federal elections. Hillary Clinton had been favoured to win at a margin of 85% to Donald Trump’s 15%. And Bill Shorten had been likely to beat Scott Morrison. Continue reading Why white women that are married very likely to vote for conservative events