Donald Trump’s nomination as US president is the most divisive and divisive election in US history, but it also offers some hope for a new generation of Americans who are tired of the status quo.
Here’s how you can get involved, according to a guide from the Pew Research Center.
Pew’s new guide: Election 2016Pew has launched a new election guide, titled “The Next President 2016.”
The guide was created to help Americans learn about the political landscape ahead of the 2020 presidential election.
What is the 2020 election?
The 2020 election is the last presidential race of the 20th century.
It will be held on November 8, 2020.
The candidates will compete in primaries and caucuses, which will take place in each state on November 4.
The candidates will face off in the general election, which is set for December 20.
Polls have shown that Trump will easily win the presidency, but his Democratic rival Hillary Clinton has a narrow lead over Trump.
The most recent polls suggest Clinton has an edge of 4 percentage points.
What are the candidates running for?
Hillary Clinton is a former US secretary of state and a former first lady who is considered the front-runner to be the Democratic nominee.
Donald Trump is a New York businessman who has led the Republican Party for more than 30 years.
He is currently the frontrunner for the Republican presidential nomination.
Trump is known for his anti-immigrant rhetoric, which has been blamed for his support among white supremacists, white nationalists and neo-Nazis.
He also has said that he believes Muslims are not welcome in the United States.
Clinton has had a difficult time running her campaign, however.
She struggled to win over voters who supported Bernie Sanders in the Democratic primary and who have grown increasingly frustrated with her inability to connect with voters.
Trump has had trouble in his bid for the White House.
He faced a strong primary challenge from Senator Ted Cruz in 2016, but was beaten by Clinton in the Iowa caucuses and ultimately dropped out of the race.
Clinton, who is widely viewed as the front runner, is known to have a large fundraising advantage.
She has had to work hard to gain the support of small donors.
She is also seen as a strong candidate who can build a strong coalition.
Trump will have to convince undecided voters who are still undecided about who they want to support in the next presidential election, particularly among voters under 30 years old.
Clinton will have a better chance of winning the general, but there is still some uncertainty.
The US Supreme Court has recently said that states cannot bar people from voting on Election Day, which could make it harder for Trump to win the election.
The court has ruled that states can set limits on when they can close polling stations, and they are likely to have to wait until after the election to do so.
How do I find out more about this election?
Pew conducted a survey in March 2017 that included interviews with 1,008 adults in the US, ages 18 and older.
It is based on landline and cell phone interviews.
You can find more information on the poll’s methodology here.
How does it compare to previous elections?
The 2016 election is not as polarizing as the one that Donald Trump won.
The 2016 race was closer, and the margin between the two candidates was smaller, Pew said.
In general, the results of the 2016 election are comparable to other recent presidential elections, Pew found.
This includes a similar level of support for Trump among white voters and a similar amount of support among college-educated voters.
What’s the next election?
The next presidential elections will be in 2020, 2024, 2024 and 2028.
The election of 2020 is a national referendum on how voters want the country to move forward.
It follows a string of contentious and divisive elections in recent years.
The 2020 presidential race is shaping up to be an epic showdown between Trump and Clinton, with both candidates pushing the idea of a populist, anti-establishment candidate.