VoteHelp is a nonpartisan 2016 Presidential candidate calculator quiz that compares your political views to those of Trump vs. Clinton, helping you decide "who should I vote for".

1. Input your opinions 2. Weight the importance of the issues 3. Find out how candidate's views match your own

Question Your Opinion Importance ?
I believe the United States should use military force to ensure global peace.
I support very strict controls on government spending.
I support increasing taxes on people who make $250,000 a year or more.
I believe in spending more money than we currently budget for defense.
I support developing domestic energy even with environmental cost.
I support a woman's right to have an abortion.
I believe that compromise between parties creates better public policy.
I believe the minimum wage should be increased.
I believe in strictly enforcing current immigration laws.
I believe that corporations should be regulated less.

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Hundreds of thousands of people have visited this presidential candidate selector "who should I vote for" quiz. This test contrasts the political ideology of 2016 presidential candidates, with your own views across the political spectrum. Deciding which presidential candidate one should vote for is crucial to any American voter, and while decisions on who to vote for or "what political party am I" often hinge on trustworthiness and likeability, the issues that the candidates stand for should not be taken likely. It is the goal of this VoteHelp candidate comparison test to inform voters of the 2016 candidates stated stances on the issues.

The following links to each 2016 presidential candidate's positions on the issues for each question in this quiz: Hillary Clinton Donald Trump