For those people who are likely to vote for Trump in 2020, I’m interested to understand your thinking. Is it: 1. I’m a Republican. I vote for the Republican nominee. 2. I couldn’t vote for any of the Democratic primary candidates. 3. I believe in Trump. If it’s 3, what research do you do? Trump ran his 2016 campaign on a number of promises and issues. Do you see those as having been fulfilled? I’m not being snarky but are you genuinely fed up with all the winning? Are you bothered that there is no wall (as of today)? And that there’s no plan in which Mexico will be paying for it? Apparently the stock market is at almost exactly the level it was when Trump took office. Do you think America is now great again? How so? In what ways? Trump sold himself as an amazing deal-maker. What deals has he made? Are you worried about Trump’s style? Are you worried about whether he’s a racist / white supremacist? If you’re religious, do you worry that he’s a pretty big sinner? Do you think he’s a stable genius? Do you think he’s the least racist person you’ve ever met? Is it all about the Supreme Court (and lower courts)? He’s undoubtedly scored big victories there. There have been talks with North Korea — but no deal yet. (But nor has there been a war.) What is it that really sells him to you? And how comfortable with your decision are you? Will you vote for him enthusiastically? Or through gritted teeth?