Interesting that things have polarized so far that it is the candidates at opposing ends of the spectrum that are picking up the greatest support.
It's a crude comparison but I suppose the equivalent would be front runner candidates from the BNP and the Socialist Workers Party in the UK.
Hard to see any sort of potentially unifying figure emerging between now and the election, so post 2017 will see the US public more politically divided than ever.
Two questions really, how did it get to this position and what do you think it bodes for the future?
He needs to pull a Delph. At the same age, after serious injuries and poor form, he went on loan to his old club Leeds for the second half of 2012 where he didn't do anything of note. At least Gardner is playing well on his loan spells. All Delph needed was a run of games in the PL and now he's a Man City player. Of course, we need a manager to show faith in him as Lambert did in Delph but I'm sure Remi will give him a chance regardless of which division we're in next season.