Say What?! Who do you trust?
This week we continue to talk to you about the trust you have in today's presidential candidates. Here's what you're saying about who you do and do not trust.
"I'll vote Republican, is Kasich," said Roger Lindley.
"I trust Ted Cruz because everything he's promised he's going to do, he's done even when he hasn't had the backing that was promised to him," said Carla Fisher.
"Marco Rubio and Bernie Sanders. Like I said, I don't like to affiliate myself with a specific party, because you never know. You could find someone from a different party you like. They seemed the most honorable and passionate, and trustworthy," said Lily Gamble.
Now that we know who you do trust, what about the ones you do not trust?
"Trust Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump the least," said Lindley.
"Trump. He's too volatile. He would probably, with his mouth; he has no control over it. I imagine he would probably get us in a war," said Fisher.
"Trump, Cruz, and Hillary Clinton. I love the idea of a woman being president. Absolutely, I think it's amazing and empowering. But, I don't agree with her way of conducting herself," said Gamble.
Trump seems to be the common denominator here, but when it comes to trust, will your loyalty change if the person you trust changes once they get in office?
"You can rant and rave about the problems in this nation, until you are faced with the reality that is not given to the average person on the street; I think candidates should probably expect to change their mind once they're in office," said Lindley.
"I think it would really change my opinion of them, especially if it's a moral standard or a standard where I voted on them mainly because of a belief they had," said Fisher.
"It would definitely depend on what it was specifically. If it was something I was passionate about, and why I voted for them, I would definitely want to know why," said Gamble.
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