The poll is structured to allow multiple choice and you can change your vote if you have a change of heart. It is said that the 2018 election may determine the course of this country for a very long time to come, probably for the rest of our lifetimes. We are currently seeing numbers in the economy and in American society that we have not seen for a very long time: --Record or near record low unemployment in almost all categories: black/white/Hispanic/Asian etc., high school diploma or less, women, youth, etc etc etc --Individual and family incomes are rising again after steady decline in the Obama years and to some extent in the Bush43 years. That is mostly due to tax reform, removal of unnecessary regulation, and a pro-business approach resulting in more honest low unemployment numbers and business confidence and prosperity enabling employers to pass on higher profits to their employees via increased wages, bonuses, benefits etc. --We are approaching the reality of the people being in charge of their government again via the ballot box instead of unelected, unaccountable courts and unelected, unaccountable faceless bureaucrats dictating what the law will be and how we are required to live our lives. --We are seeing support for securing the border and enforcing necessary laws to protect and empower those in the country legally. --We are seeing significantly less dependence on social services and more empowerment of people to choose and pursue their own destinies on their own initiatives. --And for the first time in a long time we are seeing government policies that produce positive results initiated instead of what is 'politically correct' or what 'looks good' ideologically. And if Plan A doesn't produce the desired results, we are going to Plan B or C or whatever does produce the desired results instead of being stuck in a feckless status quo. So where do you stand? Stay the course we are on keeping whatever policies are working? Or return to the policies of the previous Administration? Obviously a poll cannot include every possible issue or ideological stance, but how members respond to the options in the limited posted poll and vote in November and beyond will determine the direction the country will go.